Musk launches binding poll on whether he should continue to run Twitter

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Elon Musk, owner of the Twitter network, today launched a survey from its own account, which it promised will be binding, to ask users if it should continue to run the network.

The question is clear: “Should I follow the head of Twitter. I will abide by the results of this poll,” says the note posted by the billionaire, who then warns in another post: “As the proverb says, be careful what you wish for, you can end up getting it.”

Just one hour after the poll (which will be open for 12 hours), 3.83 million users had voted, with a 58% majority in favor of Musk leaving the address.

He also tweeted another message in which he announced that “there will be a vote for major policy changes (on the network),” adding “Apologies, it won’t happen again,” without clarifying what he means.

Musk’s landing on Twitter has been followed by numerous controversies, and the most serious have been those related to content policy and the possibility that the network itself admits criticism against its owner.

In this sense, last Thursday Twitter suspended the accounts of several journalists or bloggers who had been critical of Musk, but the decision unleashed a huge dust – with warnings to Musk even from the US government or the European Union – to the point that Musk launched another poll on whether they should be readmitted. which he did in the last few hours.

The latest poll on his role in the direction of Twitter seems to indicate that he would be willing to appoint another person to head the network, an idea that in the last week has been expressed, for example, by Tesla executives Musk’s big business venture that provides him with most of his fortune.

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