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Twitter’s ownership problem began long before Musk’s machinations. The conversat

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Twitter’s ownership problem began long before Musk’s machinations. The conversat

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Twitter’s ownership problem began long before Musk’s machinations. The conversations and communities that Twitter hosts have always been, legally at least, commodities to be bought and sold. But while the prospect of handing the company over to the richest man in the world sounds scary to many, what if the company went in the complete opposite direction? What if instead of having one ruler, it had many? Should the platform’s essential infrastructure be controlled by a user-owned democracy—we the people?

Read more about the idea at the link in our bio.

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  1. Well yeah of course I would. I actually understand the difference between the first amendment and ToS. Not whatever b******* he was talking about on that TED talk.

  2. Thanks! I appreciate that… BUT <> The only cause of division and disagreement. Every comment, opinion, tweet is based on Sentiment to a political direction. It’s ridiculous to read, watch or hear the name Yrump be more associated with Twitter than any other, let say Jack or Elon. For example. and that IS NOT GOOD. #Twitter

  3. I just like seeing commie libs cry. I hope he succeeds in buying it, and turning their headquarters into a homeless shelter.

  4. currently twitter is partly owned by Saudi prince al walid too. You say Musk is comparable Saudi prince? Beautiful logic

  5. Freedom of speech is too scary for you wired vegan hippies. You’d rather see a Trans woman beat up a real woman in the ufc than admit Elon musk and Joe Rogan Speak the truth.

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