Elon Musk chooses holes in the Twitter algorithm, offers 3 steps; Jack Dorsey says… | World News

Elon Musk’s Twitter deal was paused, but the multi-billionaire did not stop tweeting about Twitter, and for one of those tweets in which he revealed the size of the bot check sample, Elon Musk also received a call from Twitter’s legal team.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, whose $ 44 billion deal to buy Twitter has been temporarily put on hold, offered three easy steps to his followers to “fix” the Twitter feed. The multi-billionaire said: “The algorithm manipulates you in ways you don’t understand. It’s easy to flip back and forth to see the difference. “

So, what are these 3 steps suggested by Elon Musk?

1. Touch the Home button.

2. Touch the stars in the upper right corner of the screen

3. Select “latest tweets”.

“This message was brought to you by the Illuminati,” Elon Musk added sarcastically.

As Elon Musk continues his habit of tweeting randomly, Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey decided to respond to Elon Musk’s apparent complaint about the Twitter algorithm. Responding to Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey said that the algorithm was designed simply to save you time when you are out of the application for a while. The refresh drag also returns to the reverse timeline.

Elon Musk’s Twitter contract has been temporarily put on hold due to unwanted / fake accounts. Twitter said that fake or unwanted accounts represent less than 5% of its daily active users that can be redeemed. Elon Musk’s team will make a random sample of 100 Twitter followers to find out more about fake orders. The revelation of the size of the sample put Elon Musk in the soup because he received a call from a Twitter lawyer who accused him of violating the agreement on data secrecy. “This really happened,” Elon Musk tweeted in disbelief.

“Whoever thought that owning a lib (liberal) would be cheap, never tried to buy a company for social media … At least, that’s what a lib hive thinks, haha,” Musk tweeted.

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