Sounds like he is ready to fully rebrand the website and to make radical changes - governing board be damned.

Elon Musk said on Sunday he was looking to change Twitter's logo, tweeting: "And soon we shall bid adieu to the twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds."

Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino then tweeted that artificial intelligence will power the company. She did not elaborate.

In a post on the site at 12:06 a.m. ET, the social media platform's billionaire owner added: "If a good enough X logo is posted tonight, we'll make (it) go live worldwide tomorrow."

I can't really have an opinion until it is all rolled out but I am not particularly attached to the bird, though birds do symbolize freedom, and I have no real idea what his X would symbolize.

BBC Cries Over Big Tech Censorship Isn't in Full Swing

Exclusive academic data plus testimony from Twitter users backs up their allegations, suggesting hate is thriving under Mr Musk's leadership, with trolls emboldened, harassment intensifying and a spike in accounts following misogynistic and abusive profiles.

The last part is especially funny - a spike in accounts following "wrongthink" profiles.

It's basically an admission that they're mad that a billion dollar mega-corporation isn't running interference for the managerial democracy of Western oligarchs.

Current and former employees of the company tell BBC Panorama that features intended to protect Twitter users from trolling and harassment are proving difficult to maintain, amid what they describe as a chaotic working environment in which Mr Musk is shadowed by bodyguards at all times.

There's a block button.

If Musk could prevent assassination attempts via the block button, I'm sure he'd just do that instead of hiring bodyguards.

She later resigned. Internal research by Twitter suggests those safety measures reduced trolling by 60%.

They banned & muted people who got snippy with protected minorities instead of allowing fair & round criticism from both sides. It's not exactly some magical set of fair policies that were done away with.

How does the Left like to phrase it...

>Equality feels like oppression to those who are used to privilege
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