Tesla’s Elon Musk tweeted in support of freedom of speech and questioned Twitter’s “loyalty”.
Musk asked his followers to vote “yes” or “no” in a vote that asked his users if the platform supported freedom of speech.
“Freedom of speech is essential for a functioning democracy,” he said Tweet. “Do you believe that Twitter adheres strictly to this policy?”
As of Friday evening, more than 1.5 million people had voted. Approximately 70 percent of users voted “no” whereas only 30 percent voted “yes”.
Mask added that the “consequences” of the tweet would be “significant”.
“The outcome of this vote will be important,” he said Says. “Please vote carefully.”
On Thursday, Musk criticized Twitter’s algorithm.
“I’m really concerned about the bias in the Twitter algorithm that is having a big impact on public speaking,” he said. Tweet. “How do we know what’s really going on?”
He also conducted a poll about the platform’s algorithm.
“Twitter algorithm should be open source,” asked Mask’s “yes” or “no” poll.
More than 80 percent users Voted “Yes.”
Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has added his own thoughts.
“The choice of which algorithm to use (or not) should be open to all,” Dorsey said. Tweet.
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