Last month Musk told them to You can sign up either “long hours at high intensity” You can either leave the company or stay. Many made that decision. to leave.

Now, he’s demanding they not leak Confidential information to The press and is threatening to sue If they don’t, he will demand that they sign a pledge. What’s more, he’s demanding they sign a pledge today to indicate they’ve understood. 

That’s according to Platformer journalist Zoe Schiffer, who It has closely followed the turmoil at Twitter Since Musk’s $44 billion takeover in late October. 

Ironically, Schiffer seems to have discovered of this. Musk’s latest demands via the very kind of leak he’s addressing, and posted her findings on the platform he now owns.

The Sunday Review Reached out to Twitter On Saturday, I did not receive an immediate response outside of business hours.

“This will be said only once: If you clearly and deliberately violate the NDA that you signed when you joined, you accept liability to the full extent of the law & Twitter will immediately seek damages,” Musk According to reports, the email was sent by the employer to employees. It is understandable to make mistakes occasionally “but breaking your word by sending detailed info to the media” With the intent to harm Twitter “will receive the response it deserves.” 

Schiffer provided a link to The Tech Worker Handbook, adding, “If you’re a tech worker considering sharing information with the media, you have rights.” 

She also shared a Tweet from Musk He reads, “Sunlight is the best disinfectant.”

Musk has been pledged to Take the following steps: Twitter He is transparenter and describes himself as “a transparent person”. “free-speech absolutist.” 

He had been diagnosed earlier this month. touted He described the release of curated company communications prior to his takeover as the “reveal” “Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter.”

Jack Dorsey is the co-founder Twitter, tweeted As a response: “If the goal is transparency to build trust, why not just release everything without filter and let people judge for themselves? Including all discussions around current and future actions? Make everything public now.”

Musk Today tweeted, “Twitter is both a social media company and a crime scene.”

Last month Musk had nearly two dozen employees who Publicly or privately, pushed him back against him fired. according to The New York Times.

Shortly after taking over, the company was sold. Musk The company laid off approximately half its workforce. The rest were then informed by him. workers It is possible for the company to go bankrupt. “difficult times ahead” And demanded that they work with a “maniacal sense of urgency.”

Last month, Chris Kelly, an early investor of SpaceX and a former Facebook executive, said Musk’s “chainsaw” Approach to Twitter This would likely not work. “does not bode well for its future.”

Twitter It also stated today that it will relaunch the website. Twitter Blue subscriptions will be available starting Monday after a disastrous debut last week in which trolls impersonated celebrities until the service was stopped.

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