Apple fully resumes advertising on Twitter: Elon Musk

Twitter CEO Elon Musk stated during a two-hour Twitter Spaces chat that Apple has “fully resumed” advertising on the social media platform. Musk earlier charged Apple with abhorring “free speech.”

Additionally, Musk reaffirmed that Apple is Twitter’s top advertiser and reportedly spends more than $100 million a year on advertising.

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Musk appears to have released the documents to journalist Matt Taibbi, who published screenshots of emails between Twitter execs, the Biden campaign, and independent policymakers.

The messages largely show a team arguing how to decide and express a challenging moderation choice, despite Musk’s hopes that we will uncover records revealing that Twitter’s past employees made a sinister decision to aid current President Joe Biden.

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Reed Hastings said, “he’s trying to help the world on that front because he believes in free speech and its power for democracy. How he goes about it is not how I would do it.”

Hastings also added, “he just spent all this money to try to make [Twitter] much better for democracy and society, and I am sympathetic to that agenda.”

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Hundreds of Twitter employees announce their resignations with farewell messages and salute emojis in Slack and tweets following Elon Musk’s “hardcore” ultimatum.

Following the deadline, hundreds of employees began posting farewell messages and salute emojis in Twitter’s Slack, announcing that they had refused Musk’s ultimatum.

Twitter had roughly 2,900 employees left before the deadline Thursday, owing to Musk’s unceremonious dismissal of roughly half of the 7,500-person workforce when he took over, as well as the resignations that followed.