Bill Gates fears Twitter with Elon Musk in hand

Last month, Elon Musk, one of the world’s richest men, agreed to buy Twitter for 4.4 billion. He then announced plans to charge Twitter’s commercial users. Elon Musk has also announced that new features will be added to Twitter. So that users become more interested in using social media. However, Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, has questioned Elon Musk’s motives. His fear is that Mask will turn Twitter into a ‘bad’ platform. News from NDTV.

Bill Gates made the remarks at the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit on Wednesday. It was there that he was asked about the future of Twitter after buying Elon Musk. Responding to this, the social worker said that despite his good past record, he could make the issue of fake information on Twitter worse.

“Elon Musk will actually make it (Twitter) worse,” said Bill Gates. “It’s not clear what he (Mask) is going to do,” she said.

However, Gates admits that Elon Musk’s record is very good at companies like Tesla and SpaceX. Gates believes that in these companies, Mask has been able to bring together a team of skilled engineers. However, he (Gates) has doubts about whether he will be as successful on Twitter as the previous companies. He doesn’t look down on Elon Musk for his previous good record.
“We must be open-minded and never underestimate Elon,” he said.

In the same interview, Gates also questioned Elon Musk’s intention to buy the micro-blogging site Twitter. Musk said earlier that he wanted to make Twitter a free platform for exchanging ideas. The thought of buying Twitter initially affected him. He has repeatedly said that he wants to free Twitter from “censorship” and allow freedom of speech. However, Bill Gates questioned Elon Musk’s concern about freedom of speech. The co-founder of Microsoft also warned that if people say whatever they want, the results can be horrible.