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Elon Musk ends remote work at Twitter, warns staff of ‘difficult times ahead,’

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Elon Musk has ended remote work at Twitter, effective immediately. All employees must now report to Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco.

This change comes as a surprise to many, as Twitter has been one of the most accommodating companies when it comes to remote work. However, Musk has stated that he believes that “the best way to work is in person.”

While some employees may be disappointed by this change, others may see it as an opportunity to relocate to San Francisco – one of the most expensive cities in the world.

Twitter has not yet commented on this change, but it is likely that they will support Musk’s decision. After all, he is the company’s largest shareholder and CEO.

Twitter security chief quits, FTC tracking situation

Twitter’s security chief, Michael Coates, has quit amid reports that the FTC is investigating the social media giant over its handling of data privacy.

This comes as a blow to Twitter, which is already under intense scrutiny over its handling of user data. The company has been accused of mishandling user data in the past, and the FTC is now investigating whether it violated any laws in its handling of data from the 2016 presidential election.

Coates was only at Twitter for two years, but he was seen as a key figure in the company’s efforts to improve its security and protect user data. His departure is a major setback for Twitter, and it remains to be seen how the company will respond to the FTC’s investigation.

In an effort to make Twitter more user-friendly, Musk has made a number of changes to the site. These include:

-Allowing users to edit their tweets after they have been published

-Making it easier to find new and relevant tweets

-Adding a “mute” button to filter out certain keywords or users

– Introducing a new “night mode” to make reading tweets in low light easier on the eyes

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