The only narrator of this story has been Elmo. Apple never announced it was banning Twitter from its App Store, or even considering removing it. And Apple hasn’t commented on this meeting with Elmo. So everything we know about this story, from soup to nuts, is from Elmo.
Musk isn't a reliable narrator. But this isn't implausible. Yoel Roth made clear in his oped that App Store reviewers frequently raised questions/concerns re moderation/content in the pre-Musk Twitter era and that it was always clear that continued access was part of the ... https://t.co/DbcSfnwfdE— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) December 1, 2022
Comedy IS legal. pic.twitter.com/tsuk9rg43p— RSchooley@socel.net (@Rschooley) November 30, 2022
I’ve read that statement six times, and it still makes no more sense than a speech by Herschel Walker. He doesn’t say what the microchip does, how it protects us against a “superior intelligence,” or what he hopes for it. In fact, he sounds like a twelve-year old who got an idea from a comic book.
"Exactly" pic.twitter.com/5QKRdeGN18— Best of Dying Twiter (@bestofdyingtwit) December 1, 2022
Elon Musk has fired so many Twitter workers by mistake that HR created an 'accidental termination' category to re-onboard employees https://t.co/E5YPvVbI8z— Business Insider (@BusinessInsider) November 30, 2022