Musk says he doesn’t want Twitter to become ‘free-for-all hellscape’ — but his concern wasn’t as urgent with just one company: he wants to ban Facebook from the future of sharing
Twitter is ready to make its own rules on how to share information
CEO Jack Dorsey argues that it’s unfair that information flow into Facebook but not Twitter.
This is the problem that Facebook and Twitter users have when it comes to sharing their news feeds.
It’s also one of the many flaws in the existing social media ecosystem that Twitter hopes to change with its news feed product.
And the company is also determined to ensure that the process doesn’t spiral out of control.
The idea of a unified, global social media system is starting to look more and more like a dream, and Twitter is at the forefront of the movement.
The company believes that the next stage in its evolution – the release of its much-anticipated news feed product – shouldn’t be like the world’s first social network went free at first.
Instead, it wants to be the world’s biggest one.
Twitter wants to become a single, worldwide platform for news and information, so there will be no more duplicating and re-publishing news on Facebook or Google News.
Instead, it will be like a single, global social network that exists entirely on Twitter’s site.
‘We want to make our own rules, and we want to make them known to everyone who wants to participate in the network,’ Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said.
But Twitter is not alone in its quest to take control of the news feed.
In January 2014, Facebook’s head of news, Kevin Weil, said that news on Facebook should be ‘about the news’.
‘Our mission is to deliver the news in context — the context of where the people are and who they are,’ Facebook told reporters.
‘When we started this, we used technology to make news