Billionaire Twitter CEO states that only Blue Tick subscribers can vote for any policy-related polls.
Elon Musk has tweeted for the first time since more than 10 million registered voters voted in support of his decision to release him from the management of Twitter, citing that only registered users from a paid Twitter status may change policies in the future.
On Sunday, Musk asked his followers whether he should resign as the head of Twitter, promising to abide by the outcomes of his poll. The voting closed on Monday, and 57.5 percent of respondents advised him to resign.
Despite being a prolific Twitter user, Musk did not tweet for approximately twelve hours after the poll. His hesitation was finally broken when he replied to Interesting to several recommendations that the results of the vote were likely affected by fake accounts.
One Twitter user called attention to the fact that only Blue subscribers can vote on the issues they care about. Elon Musk agreed, stating that Twitter would make the necessary changes.
Twitter’s Blue program allows anyone to pay a subscription fee to have a blue checkmark checked verification on their Twitter profile.
No one can force Elon Musk from his company, but executives from several companies have moved to cut ties with him following a series of baffling moves.
A decision to cut off an account that located the location of his private plane last week was followed by a mass suspension of journalists who reported on the decision. As a result, users increasingly migrated from Multnomah to one side. Its CEO saw an opportunity, therefore, shut down Multnomah’s account before the launch of the rival platform, Mastodon.
On Sunday, Elon Musk responded to the teenager’s US Senate House minority leader attack by removing all links to other social networks, including Mastodon, Instagram, Facebook, and even slight platforms such as Nostr, owned by Twitter user Jack Dorsey, as well as Linktree, a page creation tool utilized by influencers.
The decision to lift the notification ban was made that afternoon following the result of a Twitter poll from the Twitter Safety account. I apologize for the inconvenience, and I’ll not repeat mistakes.
Tesla founder Elon Musk uses his long-running Twitter account to poll his most substantial decisions, violating half of his stake in Tesla after a single poll in 2021, restoring Donald Trump’s account right after an additional poll at the end of last year, and reinstating several suspended accounts right after a third poll. Vox Populi, Vox Dei, and Musk tweeted following the Trump poll.
However, in most cases, he has already selected the final decision before posting. He already announced the sale of his Tesla holdings before putting this on ballot, and his plan to reinstate Trump had been discussed before he even purchased Twitter.
The idea of quitting as CEO was already hinted at ahead of the release of the Twitter poll. On November 16, he tweeted to a judge from Delaware that he would be stepping down as CEO of Twitter and proposed that somebody else be sent on the task of CEO and CEO of Twitter.