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Parag Agarwal Vs. Elon Musk Twitter Deal: Parag Aggarwal Takes Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s All ‘Poll’ Leaks.

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Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal today posted a long thread on spam amid the proposed acquisition of the microblogging website by Tesla boss Elon Musk. Mr. Agarwal explained Twitter’s process of “human reviewing” potential spam, to which Mr. Musk retorted, “Have you tried calling them?” The Tesla chief also posted a “pile of poo” emoticon.

Musk has said he wants to remove the bots from Twitter, among several changes suggested in recent days. In today’s thread, Mr. Agarwal said he would discuss the spam case “with the benefit of data, facts, and context.”

Parag Agarwal Vs. Elon Musk Twitter Deal: Parag Aggarwal Takes Twitter CEO Elon Musk's All 'Poll' Leaks.
Parag Agarwal Vs. Elon Musk Twitter Deal: Parag Aggarwal Takes Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s All ‘Poll’ Leaks.

“Next, spam isn’t just ‘binary’ (human/not human). The most advanced spam campaigns use a combination of coordinated human + automation. They also compromise real accounts and then use them to further their campaign. So – they are sophisticated and hard to catch,” Mr. Agarwal said.

“Some final context: Fighting spam is incredibly dynamic. Opponents, their goals, and tactics are constantly evolving – often in response to our work! You can’t create a set of rules for detecting spam today and hope they work tomorrow. , They won’t,” he said in a long thread.

“The tough challenge is that many accounts that superficially appear to be fake – are real people. And some of the spam accounts that are the most dangerous – and the ones that cause the most harm to our users – may look completely legitimate on the surface,” Mr. Agarwal said.

Mr. Musk sent mixed messages over its $44 billion acquisition, “temporarily halted” amid the Twitter CEO’s lengthy thread on spam, pending estimates of the social media company’s number of fake accounts or “bots” Question.

While the reliability of user data is an essential benchmark for gauging the revenues of Twitter and other social media companies, analysts generally interpret Mr. Musk’s messages as an attempt to force him out of the deal or at a lower price. Of.

Mr. Musk is currently listed by Forbes as the world’s richest man, with a net worth of approximately $232 billion, most of which is in Tesla stock. Seen as an iconoclastic genius by his champions and an erratic megalomaniac by his critics, Musk surprised many investors with his discovery on Twitter.

Parag Agarwal Vs. Elon Musk Twitter Deal: Parag Aggarwal Takes Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s All ‘Poll’ Leaks.

Musk describes his motivation for buying Twitter as a desire to ensure freedom of speech on the platform and promote the influential website’s monetization in media and political circles. Still, he has struggled to achieve profitable growth.

Last week, Mr. Musk said he favored lifting sanctions on Donald Trump. The latter was removed from the stage in January 2021, shortly after the former US president’s attempts to reverse his election defeat, which led to the US Capitol on January 6. was attacked.

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