Elon Musk had in mind revealing the secret Twitter Code on Thursday, when he asked Tesla engineers to communicate with Twitter’s product leaders in order to seize control of the social media network.
According to Forbes, “Earlier Thursday in Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters, product leaders showed Tesla engineers the company’s code, so they could assess and explain to Musk what the company needs, according to one of the people.”
And the meeting did not appear to be fun for Twitter’s chief censor.
“Hours before being fired by Elon Musk, Twitter lawyer Vijaya Gadde was photographed glaring at her new boss in an awkward meet-up with other employees at the HQ coffee bar,” The Daily Mail reported, adding:
Gadde, widely considered the ‘head of censorship’ at Twitter, had been vocal in her criticism of Musk; she cried during a meeting in April after he first announced plans to buy the company.
Musk has criticized her publicly for removing links to reports regarding Hunter Biden’s damning laptop prior to the 2020 presidential election.
She received a substantial payout — a total of $72 million in stocks that she held, salary and perks, and stocks that had not yet vested when she was in her position but are being paid out as part of the settlement.
And questions about her conduct will be asked for a long time, and they will be partially addressed when we comprehend what was in the Twitter code.
Human Events Jack Psobeic linked the Tesla engineer’s probe, which occurred earlier in the day on Thursday, to the firings that occurred on Thursday evening, stating that Elon Musk likely found something that made him have to fire people to protect his own liability as owner of the company:
What did #Elon Musk find in Twitter's code?
Watch this ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/nH6XfPXUzU
— CryptoSavingExpert ® (@CryptoSavingExp) October 28, 2022
The Daily Mail carried on:
Within hours of taking the keys, Musk fired CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned Segal, and top counsel Vijaya Gadde – the woman responsible for banning President Trump after the January 6 riots.
As he ushered them out last night, he asked Tesla engineers to visit HQ today to start rewriting the website’s code.
Among his plans is to open source algorithms to increase transparency for users about how their data is used to suggest content to them, and to add an ‘edit’ button for all.
He also plans to allow President Trump back on the site. CONTINUE READING…