A view of Twitter’s office in New York on November 18. Amid mass firings and resignations since Elon Musk took control, the social media company’s future is in doubt. Photo: EPA-EFE
A view of Twitter’s office in New York on November 18. Amid mass firings and resignations since Elon Musk took control, the social media company’s future is in doubt. Photo: EPA-EFE
Mohammed Sinan Siyech
Opinion

Opinion

Mohammed Sinan Siyech

Why Twitter’s firing of content moderators is a sign of worse to come

  • With essential workers such as content moderators cut, hate speech has quickly increased on the social media platform
  • This does not bode well for a platform that already had content moderation problems, and which might descend into chaos

A view of Twitter’s office in New York on November 18. Amid mass firings and resignations since Elon Musk took control, the social media company’s future is in doubt. Photo: EPA-EFE
A view of Twitter’s office in New York on November 18. Amid mass firings and resignations since Elon Musk took control, the social media company’s future is in doubt. Photo: EPA-EFE
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