The European Parliament does not have the power to compel Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, to appear for it. But he asked her to come and testify, through the voice of its president, Roberta Metsola, said Monday, December 19, his spokesman said. The businessman’s response was not immediately known. Elon Musk, CEO of the electric car maker Tesla, has caused turmoil and controversy since he bought Twitter in October for $44 billion.
Recovering Donald Trump’s account, suspending journalists’ accounts…
Having fired half the company’s staff, reinstated former US President Donald Trump’s account, scrapped a policy against Covid-19 misinformation, banned – then reinstated – some journalists and briefly blocked references to rival platforms on Twitter, it has caught the attention of politicians attention in the USA and Europe.
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Sanctions according to the EU Commission
The European Commission has warned Musk that he faces “sanctions” from the EU because of the threat he poses to media freedom. On Monday, he organized a Twitter poll to find out whether he should remain CEO of that company. A total of 57.5% of users answered “Yes” to his departure. Twitter’s share price has fallen by a third since they bought the platform.
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