Elon Musk, who bought the microblogging platform Twitter, says there is a price to pay for specific uses of Twitter.
He said in a tweet yesterday that “Twitter will be free for general users but some rates may be set for commercial and government use.”
The revelation was made by Elon Musk in a tweet, while in another message, he claimed that his services were being handed over to others after the fall of Freemasons.
Elon Musk, who bought Twitter under a recent deal, said he would turn the platform into a private limited company to ensure freedom of expression.
A few days ago, Elon Musk expressed the wish that Twitter’s direct messages (DMs), like the messaging app Signal, should be end-to-end encrypted so that no one could spy on them.
Under Twitter’s current policy, the company informs users that they can review DMs for violations or government requests.