On April 14 2022, the world’s biggest business magnate named “Elon Musk” purchased the social media company Twitter for $44 billion. Previously, he acquired 9.1% of the company’s stock for $2.64 billion, and now he is becoming the largest single shareholder.
He is the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, and he added one more. Interestingly, he never used any social media accounts after Twitter. After obtaining Twitter, he said the new tweets on his page.
He said, “Next, I am purchasing Coca-Cola to put the cocaine back.” These tweets spread worldwide and get more comments.
Apparently, Elon Musk is going shopping. The purchase of Twitter by Tesla CEO Elon Musk and The Boring Company founder Elon Musk for $44 billion recently generated a lot of discussion in the digital industry. He has his sights set on the Coca-Cola corporation. He said early on Thursday morning in a post on his Facebook page. So far, the tweet has received 1.3 million likes and 74.3 thousand retweets.
But that’s not the case. Musk has previously expressed his thoughts on various issues, including Trump’s Truth Social media site. True Social has a lead over Twitter, and it’s in the Apple App Store, according to SpaceX founder Elon Musk. He also suggested that the platform be renamed ‘Trumpet.’
Twitter banned free expression, which led to the creation of Truth Social, Musk noted in a tweet. He clarified that it should be named Trumpet instead in the following tweet.
The list of subjects Musk has discussed throughout the night is far from complete. Musk has also expressed his views on free speech on Twitter. While discussing free speech, Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated, “The excessive antibody reaction from people who fear free speech tells it all.” Later, he elaborated on what free speech meant to him.
Free speech to me means just what is permitted by the law. I am opposed to censorship that goes beyond the boundaries of the law.” People can urge the government to adopt laws restricting their ability to express themselves freely. Accordingly, he stated, “Going beyond the law is against people’s will.”.
When discussing Twitter, Musk emphasized the need for end-to-end encrypted direct messages (or DMs), similar to those seen on the Signal messaging app. This should be done with end-to-end encryption like Signal to ensure that no one can snoop on or hack your messages,” he said.