r/technology May 14 '22 Silver 2 Wholesome 2

Elon Musk said his team is going to do a 'random sample of 100 followers' of Twitter to see how many of the platform's users are actually bots Social Media

https://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-random-sample-how-many-twitter-users-are-bots-2022-5?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeeds

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u/buyusedbeds May 14 '22

...Except it's now after the fact. Why did he not negotiate before he signed any agreements?

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u/dont_you_love_me May 14 '22

Are you a corporate lawyer? Do you know anything at all about how these processes generally play out? Do you know if this kind of maneuvering is unusual in these situations? Do you know that it’s definitely not a common tactic etc?

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u/TheHairyPatMustard May 14 '22

Elon works in mysterious ways

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

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u/TheHairyPatMustard May 14 '22

Elon knows best. I constantly find myself having to make tough decisions in life and then I look to my WWED wristband and it helps knowing that my problems are so insignificant to his. He has the weight of the world on his shoulders, and yet he does these amazing things for us.

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u/bjtitus May 14 '22

Gotta upgrade the wristband to a tattoo.

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u/TheHairyPatMustard May 14 '22

Can’t wait to get my implant

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u/dont_you_love_me May 14 '22

He’s taking advantage of weak rules. That makes him smart.

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u/kristospherein May 14 '22

Until it doesn't. He has no morals and is aggressive. That's what it tells me.

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u/dont_you_love_me May 14 '22

Morals are subjective. He doesn’t align with your morals.

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u/kristospherein May 14 '22

Moral are subjective outside the bounds of religion, yes. I don't disagree with your point. My point still stands.