Twitter Subscription –Every user on Twitter now called X may be forced to part with monthly subscription fee to help the company fight out increasing bots.
The revelations were made during a meeting held by visiting Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu and X new owner, Elon Musk.
Musk told Netenyahu that the subscription fee would make it more difficult for bots to create accounts as each would need a new credit card to sign up
The billionaire investor, however, did not divulge more details on how much he is going to ask from those who use his platform.
On the same note, Musk hinted at a plan to introduce a slightly lower tier pricing below the current sh 1,176 fee for charged premium blue services.
Speaking on hate speech and freedom of speech, he said that his X platform will take none of it as it remains committed to making sure there exists respect among users.
He revealed that X had started to firmly deal with the issue of child abuse on the platform as well as abusive language.
He was clarifying this following the return of former United States of America President Donald Trump who had been banned by the earlier Twitter management citing inflammatory remarks that almost plunged America into civil war.
Mr. Trump was suspended from the platform in the aftermath of the Capitol Hill riots in 2021 which he was linked to in his attempt to overturn presidential results that had seen Joe Biden announced the winner.
Since returning, however, Trump has been cautious with his kind of tweets as he has only tweeted countable times.
Twitter new owner, Elon Musk, has made several drastic changes on the platform and the overall management of the company he acquired at $44 billion.
He acquired the giant social media company at a staggering sh 6.4 trillion or $ 44 – an amount described by many investment experts as astounding for a single investor to manage.
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