NEW YORK (USA), Apr 26 (EFE).- Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey said on Tuesday that the platform should be a “public good”, but he expressed satisfaction with the sale to businessman Elon Musk, who points to be the “solution” to the company’s problems.
Dorsey, who was CEO of Twitter until the end of last year and is now dedicated to another tech company, Block, made a series of posts about the news that Musk acquired the company for $44 billion. billion).
“At first, I don’t think anyone should own or run Twitter. But, about solving the problem of being a company, however, Elon is the only solution I trust”, assured the founder of the social network.
“Twitter, as a company, has always been my only concern and my biggest regret. It was owned by Wall Street and the advertising model. Getting it back from Wall Street is the right first step,” Dorsey said. New York values, promised by Musk.
Dorsey described Twitter as “the closest we have to a global conscience”, and said he trusts “Musk’s mission to broaden the light of conscience”, in his goal of creating a platform of “maximum trust and broadly inclusive”.
The Twitter co-founder indicated that the goals are shared by his successor in the role of CEO, Parag Agrawal, whom he thanked for helping to put the company “on the right path”. EFE