November 24, 2022
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Twitter, normally the web’s window to the world, turned inward on Friday as former employees took to the site to announce they were among thousands of employees who have reportedly been laid off, a week after Elon Musk took over the social media service.
What’s next for the site is unknown, but tweets from former “Tweeps”, as the employees are known, seemed to herald a new era for Twitter – long the place of global city for politicians, journalists, public figures and others. — as many of the company’s digital ethics experts, human rights lawyers, moderators and engineers bid farewell.
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