Join us this week on Three Fates Decide as we take a deep dive into the world of Twitter. From its toxic environment to the recent controversies it has faced, we’re going to discuss it all. Our hosts question whether Twitter should even exist anymore, and we explore the impact of Elon Musk’s ownership on the platform. With Mary’s perspective on the political game that may be at play, we will examine how long people are willing to put up with the toxicity on the platform.
With the proposal to complete the deal at Musk’s original offer price, we question why he would spend so much money on a social media site. We also compare the toxicity of Twitter to other social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram. Don’t miss this episode of Three Fates Decide, where we offer an insightful analysis of Twitter and the impact it has on society. Tune in and join the conversation.
- Introduction to Twitter
- Twitter after Elon Musk
- Jarrett’s opinion on Twitter
- Musk’s impact on Twitter
- Twitter’s revenue source
- Hate speech increase on Twitter
- Efforts to repair Twitter
- Mary’s opinion on Twitter
- Musk’s purchase of Twitter
- TikTok vs Twitter toxicity
- Conclusion and future topics
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Despite his commitment to free speech, Elon Musk’s decisions have been heavily criticized for controversially reinstating previously banned accounts while simultaneously suspending journalists and failing to take action against hate speech and disinformation.
In the wake of Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter, hundreds of employees were abruptly laid off and revenue plummeted, including with the disastrous launch of a fraudulent ‘premium’ service with bogus verified accounts.
Despite its issues, Twitter is still a go-to source for millions worldwide to get the latest news and updates – making it an indispensable platform in the digital age.
Twitter has become an alarming hotbed of toxic vitriol and bigotry, fueling calls for a transformative shift in its leadership to protect users from hate.
Despite the potential toxicity of anonymous attacks, TikTok provides users with unparalleled control over their content, making it a much safer social media platform than Twitter.
Despite freedom of speech rights, private companies retain the authority to craft and enforce rules and regulations governing their platforms.
“It’s nothing more than a toxic cesspool. It does nothing to help anybody.” – Mary
“Listen, social media as a whole is toxic.” – Sam
“Hate speech has gone up ridiculously, which is crazy.” – Sam
“Why would you spend all that money on a stupid social media site?” – Sam
“Your life is not as amazing as you post online.” – Sam
“It’s freedom of speech, not freedom of consequence.”