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Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has said he is “partly responsible” for centralizing the internet and he regrets it

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has said he is "partly responsible" for centralizing the internet and he regrets it

Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and co-founder and CEO of Square, attends the Bitcoin 2021 Convention at the Mana Convention Center in Miami, Florida, on June 4, 2021.Marco Bello/AFP/Getty Images

  • Jack Dorsey said that “the focus of discovery and identity in companies has really hurt the Internet.”

  • The Twitter founder, who resigned as CEO in November, said he has partially blamed himself.

  • Dorsey has previously supported efforts to decentralize the Internet.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey said Saturday that he partly blames himself for the state of the internet today.

Dorsey said in tweet, referring to some online communication systems dating back to the early days of the Internet. “The centralization of discovery and identity in companies has really hurt the Internet.”

“I realize that’s partly to blame, and I’m sorry for that,” Dorsey continued.

Dorsey, who co-founded Twitter in 2006 and served as CEO before resignation In November, it previously supported the decentralization of the Internet.

After Twitter banned former President Donald Trump from the platform for violating its rules, Dorsey He said He felt that the working group was “a precedent that I feel is dangerous: the power that an individual or a company has over a portion of the global public conversation.”

While Dorsey was still CEO, Twitter was funded the sky is blue, a decentralized social media system he said would allow for more conversations. The system, which will take years to develop, aims to Putting power back into the hands of users and allowing the creation of many different social networks.

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