Friday, December 09, 2022

Mark Ruffalo Asks Elon Musk To Take Off Twitter: “You’re Destroying Your Credibility”

Mark Ruffalo, actor best known for playing the Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Used his platform on social media to ask the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, to no longer have Twitter.

It all started with criticism by US Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, when Pointed directly to the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, who had said on acquiring the company that it would further relax the content moderation rules Announce a plan to charge for having a blue verification badge. He also did not rule out bringing Donald Trump back.

“It looks like my app because yesterday my tweet pissed you off. Is that cool? I don’t think there’s much freedom of expression in it,” Proof of policy with a screenshot.

Therefore, Ruffalo added the criticism and quoted the same Tweet To request Musk: “Elon. Please, for the sake of decency, get off Twitter, Give the keys to someone who does it like a real job And continue to rule Tesla and SpaceX. You are destroying your credibility. It just doesn’t look good.”

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But the new boss of the app, who after taking the baton made a mass layoff, do not sit idly and replied to the same quote: “What the AOC says is not 100% accurate,” By which The Hulk’s interpreter made a strong remark like his character, Argument.

“could be possible. This is why strong filters for dis/information and trusted verified users have both been a popular feature. To people and advertisers,” he wrote before concluding: “We need those security measures to make sure the information is accurate, Or the app loses credibility just like you. And people leave,” Ruffalo closed.

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