Mr. Mask dismisses Twitter's CEO and CFO, ``Do not make Twitter a hell picture of free participation'' and set restrictions on speech

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and CFO Ned Segal have left the company, CNBC reports.

Elon Musk now in charge of Twitter, CEO and CFO have left, sources say

Elon Musk: Twitter won't become a free-for-all hellscape

CNBC News Analyst David Faber said on Oct. 28, 2022, 'Elon Musk has taken over the helm of Twitter. Former CEO Agrawal and former CFO Segal will move to headquarters. I've heard that he will not be returning since the beginning of Mr. Musk's era,' he tweeted.

According to Reuters , Mr. Agrawal and others left Twitter not as a resignation but as a dismissal by Mr. Mask. It is also reported that Vijaya Gadde, the head of legal and policy, has also been dismissed. ``Mr. Musk has long accused them of misleading him and Twitter investors about numerous fake accounts on social media platforms,'' said a person familiar with the matter. It is believed that Mr. Mask, who took control of Twitter, expelled the Twitter executive who had a feud for a long time.

Mr. Agrawal and others were reported to have retired just after Elon Musk, who decided to acquire Twitter, indicated his intention to impose certain restrictions on speech. He had previously proposed to buy Twitter on the grounds of freedom of speech, but on October 27, when the deal was nearing the end of the deal, he tweeted, 'The reason I bought Twitter was because I didn't resort to violence. It's important to the future of civilization to have a common 'digital town square' where a wide range of beliefs can be debated in a healthy way.' Our platform must abide by the laws of this country and welcome everyone warmly.' The policy was to impose some restrictions on

According to reports, Mr. Musk's remarks were intended to appeal to advertisers. The Wall Street Journal reported on the 27th that ``the advertising industry is worried about Mr. Mask's stance on content moderation,'' and it seems that Mr. Mask's remarks were aimed at resolving these concerns. I'm here.

In addition, Mr. Mask had previously declared that he would `` dismiss 75% of the employees'', but whenhe visited the headquarters, he withdrew his previous words, ``I do not intend to dismiss 75%''. has also been reported.

Mr. Mask also changed the description of the self-introduction column on Twitter to 'Chief Twit'.

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