Twitter would be recalling dozens of employees fired “by mistake”


This was reported by some sources to the Bloomberg agency. Some of these workers were reported to have been fired “by mistake”, others before management realized they could be important in designing new social media features. Meanwhile, Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, has announced a squeeze on fake accounts and identity theft. “Any name change will temporarily cause the loss of the blue tick without warning,” he said

After firing about half of its staff, Twitter is reportedly reaching out to dozens of employees who have recently lost their jobs, asking them to come back. This was reported by some sources to the Bloomberg agency. According to what emerged, some of these workers were dismissed by mistake. Others, on the other hand, would have been fired before management realized that their work and experience could have been important in designing the new social media functions conceived by the new owner, the visionary entrepreneur Elon Musk.

Musk announces close on fake accounts

Musk, in these hours, announced a close on fake accounts on the social network and on identity theft. “Any name change will temporarily cause the loss of the blue tick without warning,” said the billionaire who, recently, introduced the payment of 8 dollars to have a verified account. Musk, among other things, also announced that “any impersonation in which the word ‘parody’ is not specified will be suspended”. A specific verification method “will make journalism more democratic and give more power to the voice of the people”, underlined the new CEO of the microblogging platform. “Twitter has to become by far the most accurate source of information about the world. This is our mission, ”he then tweeted.

Account of an American actress suspended

With this in mind, the new rules on verified accounts have already begun to hit. At the expense was the American actress and comedian Kathy Griffin, whose account was suspended after changing the name, provocatively, with that of the new owner of the social network. “Account suspended. We suspend accounts that violate the Twitter Rules “, now reads the profile of the actress, who in her career also boasts participation in Quentin Tarantino’s works such as Pulp Fiction and Four Rooms.



Source-tg24.sky.it