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Twitter Blue: Elon Musk desata el caos con los verificados falsos

Con la entrada de Musk llega el descontrol

Después de que el hombre más rico del mundo, Elon Musk, comprara la compañía por valor de 44.000 millones de dólares, la empresa ha entrado en una situación de caos, despidos masivos y cambios repentinos en el modelo de negocio de la compañía. El magnate propietario de Tesla quiere que Twitter obtenga beneficios y para ellos necesita un aumento de los ingresos que en poco tiempo ya ha estado buscando generando mucha polémica.

Twitter Blue: ¿Qué es y qué ofrece a los usuarios? Twitter Blue

El nuevo Twitter de Musk ha estado proporcionando a los usuarios de Estados Unidos, Reino Unido, Canadá, Australia y Nueva Zelanda una suscripción mensual de 8 dólares al mes. La suscripción incluye:

•    Cuenta verificada: Un check de verificación azul junto a tu nombre
•    Carpetas de favoritos: Poder organizar los tweets guardados
•    Iconos de aplicaciones personalizados: Iconos que se pueden personalizar en la pantalla de inicio de un dispositivo
•    Navegación personalizada: Puedes cambiar lo que aparece en tu barra de navegación
•    Deshacer el tuit: 30 segundos para hacer clic en "Deshacer" antes de que se publique el tuit
•    Modo lector: Convierte los hilos de tweets largos en "texto fácil de leer"
•    Temas : divertidos temas de colores para la aplicación de Twitter
•    Soporte: Acceso al servicio de atención al cliente por suscripción
•    Labs: ofrece acceso anticipado a las funciones en pruebas antes de que estén disponibles para todo el mundo
•    Subida de vídeos más largos a calidad 1080p
•    Fotos de perfil NFT
•    Edición de Tweets (en algunos países)

¿Cómo se verifican los perfiles?

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Internet shutdowns: trends, causes, legal implications and impacts on a range of human rights

OHCHR

 

Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (A/HRC/50/55).
The present report is aimed at shedding much-needed light on the phenomenon of Internet shutdowns.


Geneva, June 21

Human Rights Council
Fiftieth session
Agenda items 2 and 3
Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner
for Human Rights and reports of the Office of the
High Commissioner and the Secretary-General
Promotion and protection of all human rights,
civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights,
including the right to development

Summary

In the present report, submitted pursuant to Human Rights Council resolution 47/16, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights provides an overview of trends in Internet shutdowns. It contains an analysis of their causes and the legal implications and the impact on human rights thereof, the roles of companies, the existing efforts to promote Internet connectivity and provide development aid, and the relevance of such efforts for detecting, preventing and responding to shutdowns, as well as a set of recommended measures for ending shutdowns and minimizing their impact.

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The ominous Twitter's censorship – Elon Musk to the rescue?

On the basis of alleged fake news and/or misinformation, Twitter has banned content and removed users from their services. Fake news and misinformation rules, on the other hand, appear to be a minefield. Twitter has established precedents where firms supported by private wealth can arbitrate what is generally acknowledged as fact by removing, flagging, and censoring tweets and profiles they believe to be fake news and misinformation. It's easy to see why so many people perceive these occurrences as Orwellian steps toward a dystopian future in which our ability to think is limited by agents of power and wealth in our societies.

Elon Musk & Twitter

 

 

 

 

Elon Musk threatens to scrap Twitter deal over ‘breach’ of agreement

 

He’s still demanding more data on spam bots

June 6.– Elon Musk says that Twitter is in “clear material breach” of their $44 billion acquisition deal and that he could “terminate” the agreement in response. In a letter sent to Twitter this morning, Musk’s legal team claims that Twitter has failed to provide him with information on the service’s spam bot problem and that he’s entitled to receive thatTwitter CEO Parag Agrawal vs Elon MuskTwitter CEO Parag Agrawal vs Elon Musk information under the deal agreement.

“Mr. Musk believes the company is actively resisting and thwarting his information rights (and the company’s corresponding obligations) under the merger agreement,” the lawyers write. The letter says Musk could choose “not to consummate the transaction” because of the alleged breach of contract.

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