Twitter's CEO and co-founder, Jack Dorsey, could not stop writing a twitter on Tuesday.
For more than 90 minutes, Dorsey took part in a tweet interview with co-founder Recode Kara Swisher. The 42-year-old technology mogul talks about topics from technical responsibility and safety to the use of the platform by President Donald Trump and Tesla Elon Musk's CEO. He also said he would rather eat Cheez-It than "bad meat" with Facebook's CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.
As Twitter users pick up every minute, even Dorsey recognizes the form ofit was difficult to trace. Walt Mosberg, a veteran technology journalist, noted on Twitter that this is "a living example of how Twitter is chaotic hell."
Chaos stressed how much it workedyou must do to make the site easier to use. The social network loses users when it tries to remove bogus accounts, voters' interference, harassment, and misinformation on the site.
Here are six conclusions from Dorsey's interview:
1. When it comes to technical responsibility, Dorsey gives her degree C.
Technological giants have a great responsibility on their shoulders, including the protection of democracy and the safety of their own consumers. Swisher asked Dorsey what degree he would give Silicon Valley and technical responsibility. Dorsey, who noted that the platform is a priority of physical safety in the first place, is not exactly giving high marks.
2. Twitter knows there is a problem with bullying.
Twitter is repeatedly exposed to fire because it does not do enough to fight the platform harassment. A.last year even found that the site was a "toxic place" especially for journalists and politicians. When people rest on the platform, Dorsey says he does not feel good.
3. Twitter is unlikely to cancel President Donald Trump from the platform.
Twitter has faced calls in the past to load Trump from the platform for allegations that the president has violated his rules, including against the hate speech. But Dorsey noted that Twitter is also considering whether the tweets are worthy of news or in the public interest. He also declined to say what historical publicity he can ban.
4. The bar should be high enough for Twitter to charge users a subscription fee.
Twitter said in 2017 that it was exploring the opportunity to offerthe social network for professionals. – Twitter is still considering a subscription service? asked Swisher Dorsey. The technology magnate noted that the company should know what value it will get from consumer billing.
5. Dorsey is a fan of how CEO Tesla Elon Musk uses Twitter.
Musk had some troubles in the past about what he wrote, but Dorsey is a fan of how Musk uses the platform. Last year, for example, Musk was sued byafter he wrote that he was considering taking private persons from Tesla, but later settled the case.
6. Twitter still has a lot of work to make your site easier to use.
When the interview ended, even Dorsey did not succumb to the back. He mentioned last week that he wants to make an interview via tweets because this is a feature that Twitter thinks about building. Clearly, Twitter still has a lot of work to do.
CES 2019: See all of CNET's coverage for the biggest technology show of the year.
Everything about Fortnite: What you need to know about the hit game.