San Francisco — Elon Musk has revealed bits and pieces of what he plans to do once he is in control of Twitter — mostly in posts on Twitter itself.
Musk, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO who came seemingly out of nowhere to buy the social media site, had said before the deal was announced that he wanted to promote free speech and open up its algorithm to increase transparency.
The billionaire, who is buying Twitter for about $44 billion, still hasn’t said what changes he might make to the company’s leadership, or when exactly the site could look different to users. But he has tweeted about his ideas for new features, and for some changes he envisions on the site he has called the “de facto town square.”
Here are some of the most notable plans Musk has shared.