Tesla Ceo Elon Musk Has A 'plan' To Tackle Twitter Bots
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has revealed that he has a strategy to combat the significant amount of bots that are active on Twitter.
He revealed a strategy to deal with the bot problem in a Twitter reply to Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy.
Musk's remark comes as he has proposed buying the microblogging site for the previously agreed-upon sum of $44 billion.
According to Musk's suggestion, elections in annexed regions should be held again under the supervision of the UN, and Russia should depart if the people wish to be with Ukraine.
He also wants Crimea to be formally recognised as a part of Russia and for Crimea's water supply to be ensured.
Musk also wants Ukraine to remain neutral. At the time of writing, 59.1% of users opposed Musk's plan, while 40.9% supported it.
"Wonder how many bots were activated to turn around the original outcome," a Twitter user speculated.
Musk declared his decision to cancel his deal with Twitter earlier this month, citing concerns about the proliferation of false accounts on the microblogging site.
Following Musk's declaration, Twitter made the statement that it would initiate legal action against Tesla CEO Elon Musk in order to protect the agreement.
Mike Ringler, Elon Musk's lawyer, sent a letter to Twitter's board demanding data to verify the incidence of "false or spam" accounts.