Elon Musk is already making sweeping changes at Twitter

The day Elon Musk officially took ownership of Twitter, the landscape of the company and the app already changed.

Elon Musk gave himself the title of Chief Executive Officer on his first day and dismissed four senior executives.

Although Musk confirmed that he does not want to be CEO forever, so he may eventually cede the CEO title in the longer term.

However, he already changed his Twitter bio to read “Chief Twit”.

As per The Washington Post, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, Finance Chief Ned Segel and Head of Legal Policy, Trust and Safety Vijaya Gadde have all been fired.

While the fourth remains unknown for now.

Musk also noted that he intends to do away with permanent bans on users on the platform.

However, he did not provide a timeline or what the process to return would be.

This change could mean that Donald Trump, Mike Lindell, Marjorie Tayor Greene and Steve Bannon, among other controversial characters, may eventually be able to get back on the social media service.

Musk has also replied to a few comments on perceived online censorship, shadow banning, search banning, ghost banning, and other terms.

He even replied to a known far-right and borderline conspiracy theory-loving Canada Proud group who asked about censorship via Bill C-11 in Canada.

Check out the Privacy Commissioner’s Legal Opinion from the Addario Law Group LLP for those who want to read up on what Bill C-11 offers from a legal perspective.

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