Elon Musk said on Saturday that Twitter users will soon be able to choose a version of the microblogging platform they like better, such as a moving maturity ranking.
“It’s probably better to be able to choose which version of Twitter than it would be for movie maturity ratings,” he tweeted.
Musk said: “The rating of the tweet itself can be selected, then modified by user feedback”.
The world’s richest man also said that “comedy is now legal on Twitter”.
Musk previously said that Twitter will have its own Content Moderation Council to make important moderation decisions on the platform.
There will be no major material decision or account restoration before the convening of the council.
“Twitter will set up a content moderation council with widely diverse perspectives,” Musk said.
“To be clear, we have not yet made any changes to Twitter’s content moderation policies,” he said.
Musk aimed to make Twitter a platform for freedom of expression, saying he would consider allowing former US President Donald Trump back on the platform.
Meanwhile, Musk has taken the micro-blogging website private and the company’s stock will be delisted from the New York Stock Exchange on November 8, according to a new filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Twitter delisting will take place on the same day as the US midterm elections.
Musk will also have tight control over Twitter.
Twitter will likely create a new board after the existing members are dissolved. Musk is likely to take over as Twitter’s CEO for the time being.
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