Arnon Grunberg



On everything – Kate Conger and Lauren Hirsch in NYT:

‘The Twitter executives who were fired on Thursday include Parag Agrawal, the chief executive; Ned Segal, the chief financial officer; Vijaya Gadde, the top legal and policy executive; and Sean Edgett, the general counsel, said two people with knowledge of the matter. At least one of the executives who was fired was escorted out of Twitter’s office, they said.’


‘Mr. Musk has set some ambitious goals for Twitter, which he has said he will transform into an “everything app” called X. In presentations to investors about the deal this spring, he said he anticipated that Twitter would reach annual revenue of $26.4 billion and have 931 million users by 2028. The company reported $5.08 billion in revenue last year and had more than 200 million users.’


‘On Thursday, Mr. Musk sought to quell advertiser concerns with an open letter suggesting some content moderation would continue.
“Twitter obviously cannot become a free-for-all hellscape, where anything can be said with no consequences,” he wrote. “Twitter aspires to be the most respected advertising platform in the world.”’

Read the article here.

After the Übermensch the Everything-app, how can you not love it?

Life is for the peasants, the others let the Everything-app do the living.

Moderation content to please the advertisers. This is the delicious development of morality, protected by capitalism.

And that’s how morality will be defended in the future, maybe by the left: no capitalism, no morality.

Also, the executive who was escorted out. He didn’t want to leave?

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