Musk has recently made it clear how he would vote in his Twitter poll as he shared his "worry" about the "de facto bias" in the Twitter alogrithm and questioned: "How do we know what's really happening?"
I\u2019m worried about de facto bias in \u201cthe Twitter algorithm\u201d having a major effect on public discourse. \n\nHow do we know what\u2019s really happening?
In response to Musk's poll on whether the Twitter algorithm should be open source, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey who left his role as CEO of the platform last year shared his thoughts on the matter: "The choice of which algorithm to use (or not) should be open to everyone."
The choice of which algorithm to use (or not) should be open to everyonehttps://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1507041396242407424\u00a0\u2026
The polls caused widespread discussion on the topic of free speech as some noted that private companies like Twitter do not need to adhere to the First Amendment as the social media platform is not part of the government.
There is no free speech on private property you don't own.\n\nOnly government can violate the First Amendment.