Twitter CEO Elon Musk is not going to be happy with the way things are taking place on his newly acquired platform.
The billionaire is going crazy as the platform is having trouble handling its own users who are abusing the app by posing as impersonators.
The new Twitter chief’s changes to the platform are wreaking havoc across the board and it’s clear that he nor his team anticipated anything of the story.
The news comes as so many imposters arose from different places and aren’t afraid to put up the content of the most controversial kind.
One app user went as far as impersonating former US President George W. Bush. This is where he put up the most controversial comment including the crisis that slowly became known as the war against terror.
The news comes as Elon Musk wishes to create a business empire through a mix blend of new and old changes.
So far, we’ve seen a sea of changes take place in such a short span of time. This includes the likes of more job cuts, no more remote learning, and employees spending more time at the office than at their homes.
Other notable names from the industry included in this list where people were posing as imposters included LeBron James, George W. Bush, and even Donald Trump. But the fact that they could do this with so much ease just goes to show the major security lapse.
Today, a major pharmaceutical company said such threat actors hacked their account and continued to write comments like, ‘Free Insulin for all’ and as you can imagine, the backlash for the brand was horrible as another statement was issued claiming that it’s not true.
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