The American car maker General Motors temporarily stops advertising on Twitter after the social medium was taken over by Elon Musk.
The largest US automaker says it is in talks with Twitter “to understand the direction of the platform under its new ownership. As is normal business with a significant change to a media platform, we have temporarily paused our paid advertising.”
Elon Musk is not only the owner of Twitter, but also the CEO of car manufacturer Tesla.
Musk’s takeover of Twitter remains the subject of much speculation. Musk, for example, would like to relax the rules and possibly even allow former President of the United States Donald Trump again. The Republican was banned after he called for violence and encouraged the storming of the Capitol, according to Twitter. “Humor is now legal on Twitter,” Musk tweeted Friday afternoon.
Twitter will also have an advisory board that will make decisions about the content of tweets and blocking of accounts, Musk said. The richest man in the world wants people with all kinds of different points of view to sit on that council.
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