Musk states that moving future, any organisational policy changes would be chosen by vote
Elon Musk has asked Twitter users a vital question, requesting their opinions on whether he should stand down as the company's CEO. He pledged in his tweet that he would follow the poll's findings. After then, he published a survey, which is now not in his favour. We'll have to wait and see if the tech entrepreneur keeps his word, as he did when he brought Donald Trump back onto the platform as the 45th US President.
Users from both sides of the debate shared their views, commenting that those voting against him should know that he would still own Twitter irrespective of who becomes the head.
On Sunday, Musk apologised for the new Twitter policy that would suspend accounts that are linked to other rival platforms like Facebook, Mastodon, Instagram, etc. India's Koo app also saw its help desk page shut down for "violating the Twitter Rules."
The move stoked backlash from users, including some of Musk's supporters. In response to the criticisms, he stated that any other policy changes in the organisation will be decided through vote going forward.
Musk's decisive poll is set to expire before the stock markets open on Monday morning.
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