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Mark Cuban tells Musk ‘Your job, your decision’ on Twitter cartoons

Mark Cuban tells Musk 'Your job, your decision' on Twitter cartoons
  • Mark Cuban told Elon Musk that Twitter was his “company” after an exchange between them.
  • Cuban suggested dropping the verification fee for the most accurate contributor to community feedback.
  • Elon Musk responded to Kobane, saying, “8 dollars for everyone.”

Elon Musk has outright rejected Mark Cuban’s suggestions for a free verification program for some users on the social media platform.

Cuban, billionaire businessman, tweet quote Mask post to Jack Dorsey about Twitter accounts using Community Notes, formerly known as Birdwatch, a feature that allows users to identify and report misinformation.

“You might proactively consider offering your $8 validation program for free to those you consider to be the most accurate contributors to Notes. It wouldn’t be easy to confirm accuracy. But if an AI could try to model the bias, maybe it could model accurately?” Cuban wrote in a tweet.

Cuban Musk replied, say: “8 bucks for everyone.”

Cuban “Your work, your decision.” Wrote In a tweet quote Musk.

It comes after the Cuban celebrated the billionaire’s acquisition of Twitter, Twitter That he was “looking forward” to the era of Elon Musk describing him as the “ready businessman, firefighter, and target.”

Since Musk took over Twitter on October 28, he has made plans to launch an $8 per month subscription service that would give users a blue checkmark, the ability to post longer videos, fewer ads, and priority with posts.

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The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX has done over and over again double on his plans to charge $8 to users who want to stay verified on Twitter.

Some celebrities including Linda Carter and Josh Gadlike legislators Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, pioneer media organizations They criticized the planned $8 monthly fee for the blue tick, indicating that the user is the same as he says.