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Elon Musk Mocks The BBC For Claiming That Twitter Can No Longer Protect Users From Trolls

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Elon Musk said he was “rolling on the floor laughing my ass off” at a BBC investigation, which showed that trolling, hate speech, and disinformation have grown on Twitter since his $43B takeover.

Musk mocked the BBC website story’s headline, “Twitter can’t protect you from trolls any more,” arguing that the social network was not exactly a utopia before he took control of the company last year. “Sorry for turning Twitter from nurturing paradise into place that has … trolls,” he tweeted with a screenshot of the article from Marianna Spring, the BBC’s disinformation and social media correspondent.

He later added: “(Real article from organization calling itself bbc).” In another post, Musk replied “literally roflmao” to Shibetoshi Nakamoto (an anonymous Twitter user with 2M followers who claims to have created Bitcoin), who said: “Before elon i NEVER had ANYONE say anything mean to me ever.

it was a beautiful utopia. now i fear for my life daily.” In another reply to a user called Shaman of Avalon, who claimed that “trolls are half the fun of being on here,” Musk said: “Have to admit trolls are kinda fun.” The BBC said Twitter did not reply to its formal request for comment.

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