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“X” Is Not Living Up to What Elon Musk Promised: Here’s Why Reader 08/18/2023 (Fri) 03:08 Id: 0890ef [Preview] No. 21362
Elon Musk, the iconic entrepreneur behind SpaceX and Tesla, is widely hailed as a genius, a disruptor, and sometimes, a misfit. However, since his takeover of Twitter in 2022, several of his promises to uphold Twitter (now X) as a “free speech” platform have fallen through. Popular YouTube personality Jeremy Hambly, AKA “The Quartering,” highlighted that most of the missteps began with the appointment of Twitter’s new CEO, Linda Yaccarino. She entered the scene with a questionable track record, marked by apparent censorial tendencies and alleged affiliations with the World Economic Forum (WEF). Such a background was, for many, a red flag. Elon’s choice was, at the outset, a bid to salvage Twitter’s dwindling profitability through an aggressive advertising focus. And true, in the short term, advertising is the lifeline Twitter needs, especially as it continues to bleed cash.

However, Musk had promised a renewed emphasis on ‘freedom of speech, not freedom of reach’ for Twitter. The intention behind this was to differentiate between the right to voice an opinion and the reach that opinion gets on the platform. But the implementation seems to have missed the mark. The reality is that while Twitter, under Musk, was vocal about being a ‘free speech’ platform, there was an alarming increase in account bans and content deboosting. Such actions made one question the transparency and authenticity of Musk’s commitment. It’s evident that any content deemed ‘spicy’ or potentially contentious faced an 81% deboost, a statistic unsettling to many, especially when such determinations rely heavily on automated systems known for inaccuracies. Musk’s assurances were further undermined by policies rolled out, which eerily resembled the old ‘Twitter 1.0’ rules - stringent content guidelines against incitement, threats, or what they ambiguously termed ‘abusive content.’ It felt like a rerun, only under a different leadership banner.

Yet, it wasn’t just about speech. Musk’s takeover promised no permanent bans unless there was a breach of the law. This pledge, however, remained unfulfilled as numerous accounts faced unwarranted permanent bans, highlighting a glaring discrepancy between promises and actions. For example, popular Twitter personality @dom_lucre was banned shortly after questioning the drowning of former President Barack Obama’s personal chef. It wasn’t until a massive public outcry over the suspension that @dom_lucre’s account was reinstated. The same goes for former pharma executive Sasha Latypova. Her account was banned for reported “hate speech,” a far cry from being unlawful speech and a vague term that can be weaponized to silence speech one doesn’t like. Latypova’s account was also reinstated, but it wasn’t until criticism of the suspension that “X” decided to reverse its decision.

Substack is a blogging platform primarily intended for independent writers, who depend on user subscriptions to support themselves. Ever since a controversy after the launching of “notes,” an added Substack feature similar to “X,” Substack articles no longer receive an image preview on “X,” making someone far less likely to click the shared link. In addition, the deboosting of the external link is far more severe than that of other news outlets — even if someone manually includes an image. In my own experience [the author of this article], sharing a post with a Substack link could receive as high as an 80% to 90% reduction in engagement compared to a post with no external link with an image or video. usk has repeatedly said, “Unless people that you don’t like can say things that you don’t like, it’s not free speech.”

[OP note: Are you surprised the Hebejew name (((Elon))) from the jewish University of Pretoria whom partnered Tesla with Israeli Cortica and is a member of the WEF isn't trustworthy? Because I'm not surprised.]


Reader 08/18/2023 (Fri) 14:10 Id: b51694 [Preview] No.21363 del
The Antichrist strikes again! Who is that guy? It's as if he controls the entire planet and the people we think run that operation are front guys.

Reader 08/18/2023 (Fri) 18:54 Id: 0890ef [Preview] No.21364 del
He's a rich boy with very suspicious Hebrew name and a too "coincidental" interest in Israel. As well as the lies he tells the general public being typical of the tribe. Elon is likely one of the front guys himself.

Reader 08/19/2023 (Sat) 13:46 Id: f8bdad [Preview] No.21365 del
Twitter ALWAYS sucked as much as most major online platforms out there, on par as sucking as bad as 4chan today. Ironically it still does even though it may not have as much censorship. Elon didn't make it suck any less, although he did some good by exposing government collusion with these big tech companies and their censorship policy. However, that being said, Twitter or "X" is still a significant arsenal for the surveillance state. Just because you may be able to post more freely does not mean you will be exempted from a government "red list" or harassment or stalking. Be aware all these major social media networks come with at a price: your individual privacy and security online.

As far as my opinion on this topic is concerned, any social media network that mandates biometric and/or personal info like your phone number for verification is not worth the risk using. Until you can post completely anonymous on Twitter it's not worth gambling your 4th Amendment rights away.

Reader 08/19/2023 (Sat) 13:48 Id: f8bdad [Preview] No.21366 del
>>21365 (me again)
By the way, if anyone is interested in this topic, here is a thread that exposes the risks of using modern "smart" devices as well social media, on /b/:


>This is why you should not trust smartphones, they literally are all-in-one surveillance devices to catalog everything about you: all your communications, online activity, bio-metric data, geo-location data, etc. The perfect surveillance tool for all governments around the world, and the best thing for them at a legal standpoint? You opted for it, voluntarily with the TOS agreements before using the device and it's apps. Read the Terms of Service agreements for smartphones and the apps and you realize you literally signed away ANY AND ALL privacy rights away to the major Big Tech corporations... subsidized by who....? Subsidized by government! BAM. Your 4th Amendment no longer exists via a major legal loophole.

Reader 08/19/2023 (Sat) 18:40 Id: 0890ef [Preview] No.21368 del
I don't use smartphones, but a throwaway no contract flip-phone. There is no end to the amount of shit people give me in modern society about that because I can't use stupid apps. I requested a schedule change via the person in command because of her vagina privilege, a month in advance? Too bad. I didn't use their fucking app. When there's a personal surveillance device, you can bet jobs will endlessly shame you for not using it.

Reader 08/19/2023 (Sat) 19:13 Id: f8bdad [Preview] No.21370 del
What happens if you tell them you can't afford one, or don't know how to use smartphones? Do they still discriminate against you? I mean, it's not like there not elderly people out there who still do not know how to use a freaking computer. There are still some who never use the internet. I know an older couple nearby who only have online service on their phones (no computers) but they never bother to use it because all they know how to do is call people up. They don't bother using other services because they never had to use the internet. Old fashion af as it may sound there are still people out there like that. Perhaps those days may be coming to an end soon enough though.

Reader 08/20/2023 (Sun) 13:18 Id: 0890ef [Preview] No.21371 del
The cranky elderly come in with their smartphone to complain about the shit WiFi service and inability to see the corporation I work for's website. Most of the time it's not the elderly without smartphones but those who are obviously lower income. Old rich fuckers tend to settle their accounts with touch to pay. They definitely struggle with owning them, but the majority I've seen at least possess one. We're headed that direction in the future where if you pay with anything but a smartphone, people will be as annoyed as when you hand them cash or a cheque in the modern era. I'm hoping to be gone by then.

Reader 08/25/2023 (Fri) 21:38 Id: 103e8a [Preview] No.21374 del
>I'm hoping to be gone by then.

Me too. Either from old age, being killed by jackbooted thugs or from suicide. My non-compliance and total distrust in this corrupt to the core nation will exist until I am six feet deep no matter how I end up getting there. Life is too fucked up to care about death anyway.

Reader 11/13/2023 (Mon) 12:47 Id: 2bb86a [Preview] No.21724 del
Americans shrug if hats are banned, but Americans lose their minds if belts are still legal.

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