Just days after Jack Dorsey's resignation as CEO of Twitter, Parag Agrawal is pushing for increased censorship on negative topics regarding certain US elites. With Dorsey - known to be an avid opponent of censorship on the platform - gone, Twitter seems to have gone into an entirely new direction.
The topic is covered extensively on Breaking Points, mentioning the suspension of the Nancy Pelosi Portfolio Tracker - which did nothing more than give an objective overview of Pelosi's trades - as well as accounts covering the Ghislaine Maxwell trials.
What do you think will be the effect of this shift in company policy on the business? Will it kick off a decline in the platform's popularity as users move away from censorship or will it allow them to increase profits as it gets policy makers on their side?
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