Twitter Spaces Not Working For Users, ‘Legacy Bug’, Says Musk

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Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, claimed today that a “legacy fault” is to blame for Twitter Spaces’ malfunction, a feature that enables users to have live audio chats on the platform.

On response to a user’s complaint about a fault in Twitter Spaces, Musk stated, “A bug in Legacy is being fixed. should report to work tomorrow “.

This occurs one day after Twitter terminated numerous journalists’ accounts for covering Elon Musk.

All of the journalists who have been suspended recently wrote about Musk and the platform’s modifications since he acquired it.

Musk posted in response to a Tweet about the account suspensions, “Same doxxing rules apply to “journalists” as to everyone else,” making reference to the doxxing (the sharing of private information) ban on Twitter.

“Criticizing me all day is absolutely fine, but doxxing my real-time location and putting my family in danger is not,” he continued.

Despite the fact that the entrepreneur has claimed to be an absolute believer in free speech, Musk’s private jet’s Twitter account that monitored its trips was deleted on Wednesday.

Later, Twitter announced that it has changed its policy to generally forbid tweets from геvеаling a person’s location in real time.

Since Musk took over as CEO in late October, Twitter has veered from one issue to the next.

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Major advertisers were scareԀ‌ away by the billionaire’s claims of free speech, which also attracted the attention of authorities.

French President and Elon Musk meet for ‘honest discussion’ amid Twitter hate speech concerns

A day after expressing his worries over Twitter’s content moderation guidelines, French President Emmanuel Macron claimed to have had a “honest and straightforward” conversation with Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

Several experts are concerned about a rise in hate speech on the social media platform, which is why French President Emmanuel Macron made his comments.

By Reuters:

Just one day after expressing his concerns about Twitter’s content moderation practices, Emmanuel Macron claimed to have had a “clear and honest” conversation with Elon Musk regarding the social media network.

After his Friday afternoon discussion with Musk, Macron tweeted, “Transparent user policies, considerable reinforcement of content filtering, and protection of freedom of speech: efforts have to be made by Twitter to comply with European regulations.”

In an interview with the television program Good Morning America on Thursday, Macron, who is now on a visit to the United States, stated that he thought free expression had “responsibilities and boundaries.”

Researchers have noted an increase in hate speech on the social media platform when Musk, a supporter of free speech, issued a pardon for accounts suspended under the previous management of the firm but not for breakιng the law or sending “egregious spam.”

The bιllιonaire Musk promptly started a number of adjustments to the product and employees after purchasing Twitter on October 27 for $44 bιllιon.