Hundreds of thousands of people have flocked to other social networks after Elon Musk's takeover. Mastodon has some momentum.
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Twitter is reportedly trying to reverse course and hire back dozens of workers it just laid off – continuing the chaos Elon Musk has brought since taking over.
The discourse was never all that civil on Twitter.
A "thermonuclear name & shame" is coming for companies that stop advertising with Twitter, apparently.
The billionaire's sometimes reckless posting has previously landed him in legal trouble.
"We are witnessing the real-time destruction of one of the world’s most powerful communication systems” by an "erratic billionaire," warned a member of Stop Toxic Twitter coalition.
The billionaire has vowed not to turn the social media giant into a “free-for-all hellscape."