Net of the costs of Twitter Blue, the “tornado” Elon Musk is at the center of several other issues, which have emerged in the space of a few hours. We go from the San Francisco office to Jack Dorsey: we just have to make a “summary”.
Starting from HQ, as reported by PhoneArena and as shown by BBCwho shared the photos that you can see at the bottom of the news regarding the interiors of the San Francisco offices, beds, wardrobes and sofas they would be appearing in Twitter headquarters. In this regard, an image that is not going unnoticed is the one that sees sofas, apparently transformed into “beds”, alongside workstations with computers in full view.
At least one former Twitter staffer later claimed that wardrobes would indeed appear at Twitter HQ. What you see instead in the other remaining photo would be one conference room “turned” into a bedroom. The BBC reports that the San Francisco authorities have already launched investigations into the possible violation of the building code. There would indeed have been a complaint. Meanwhile, by the way, Musk himself would regularly sleep in the San Francisco building.
For the rest, you will remember the issue of the Twitter Files, linked to the Hunter Biden case and disseminated by Musk and Matt Taibbi. Well, as also reported by gizmode, on December 7, 2022 there was a significant and in some ways ′′ unexpected ′′ breakthrough. Indeed, Jack Dorsey, creator of Twitter, had his say about each other, responding to a tweet from Musk.
“If the goal is to be transparent to build trust, why not release everything without filters and let the people judge? This also applies to all discussions of current and future actions. Make everything public now“Wrote Dorsey, who for the moment does not seem to have received a response from Musk.
Jack’s tweet came following the postponement of the “second episode” of the Twitter Fileswhich was supposed to be released on December 4, 2022 but which was then postponed “by a day or more”, still missing at the time of writing. Taibbi explained on Twitter that the publication is expected soon, or “over the next weekend”, indicating that ponement would be due to firing of Jim Baker, who was Twitter Deputy General Counsel but also former FBI General Counsel. The latter would have examined the “first episode” of the Twitter Files without saying anything to the new management of the company.
In any case, there was no shortage of controversy at the time of publication of the “first installment”, considering, for example, that you bring them as The Verge, after having consulted the material released, they affirmed that what has been shown so far would only highlight a team grappling with a complex decision in terms of moderation, in a complicated moment for the platform, thus not highlighting any scandal (as instead hinted by musk). In short, the issue is at least intricate at Twitter: we’ll see how everything will evolve.