apple has threatened to block micro-blogging platform Twitter from its App Store. This was told by Twitter CEO Elon Musk. Musk’s allegation came shortly after he tweeted late Monday that Apple had blocked most ads on Twitter after a poll asked users whether the iPhone company should publish all of its censorship actions. that affect its customers. In a series of tweets, Musk said that Apple has also threatened to pull Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why.
Change the situation with Musk’s change
Meanwhile Yoel Roth, who left Twitter as head of security earlier this month, said Musk perpetuated a lack of legitimacy through tweet-length announcements about his changes and platform rules. Following this Twitter is now facing a closer scrutiny by both Apple and Google app store. In a New York Times article amid RIPT Twitter trending on social media, Roth said Twitter will have to balance its new owner’s goals against the practical realities of life on the Internet from Apple and Google, which is no easy task for employees. Is. As soon as I left the company, calls from app review teams had already started, Roth wrote.
Users expressed their views in their own way
Many users expressed their views on Musk’s claim. One user commented, “Apple does not support freedom of speech.” Another said, “Because you are violating the rules on moderating extremist content.” Meanwhile, Twitter CEO Elon Musk on Monday claimed that a slight service outage on the micro-blogging platform was caused by an outdated third party tool after some users reported not being able to block accounts. has given.
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