EU official warns Elon Musk as he buys Twitter: 'fly by our rules'
With Elon Musk's deal on the Twitter, the first warning came from Europe. EU official reminded Elon Musk to abide by the rules of EU. Here are all details.
Elon Musk has formally taken ownership of Twitter today and he immediately laid off Parag Agrawal, having succeeded co-founder Jack Dorsey as Twitter chief executive officer(CEO). Additionally, Musk fired chief customer officer Sarah Personette, general counsel Sean Edgett, chief financial officer Ned Segal, and policy chief Vijaya Gadde.
Musk had tweeted a few hours earlier that "the bird is freed," referring to renowned Twitter logo. However, comments have not been late from all over the world.
"In Europe, the bird will fly by our rules," Thierry Breton, the EU Commissioner for the Internal Market, stated on the Twitter today. It is apparent that Musk will be subject to such reminders.
It is apparent that Musk will be subject to such reminders and comments. It is not sure how he will reply to these reminders or comments.