Elon Musk already owns Twitter, and the first thing it has done has been to fire its top managers, according to Reuters.
“The bird is liberated,” Musk said on his Twitter account, referencing Twitter’s bird logo in an apparent nod to his desire to see the company have fewer limits on the content that can be posted.
For now, the CEO of Tesla has not given details about its plans on the social network.
Among the goals, Musk wants to crack down on spam bots on Twitter and make the algorithms that determine how content is presented to its users publicly available.
Twitter was up last night in the after-hours market.