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The tug-of-war with Musk is endless, and the founder says "making Twitter a company" is the most regrettable thing
Twitter founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey (Jack Dorsey) tweeted on Thursday that he regretted turning the social media platform into a company.
"The biggest problem and my biggest regret is that it became a company," Dorsey said in response to whether Twitter was going the way he envisioned it.
Dorsey would have received $978 million if Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter had been completed.
Asked what structure he would like Twitter to operate under, Dorsey said it should be an "agreement" and that Twitter should not be owned by one company.
If Twitter was really a protocol, it would operate very similarly to email. Email is not controlled by one central entity, and people using different email providers can all communicate with each other.
Twitter is currently facing multiple dilemmas. The company sued Musk for failing to honor a $44 billion takeover offer. A former Twitter executive has also been turned into a "whistleblower," accusing the company of misleading U.S. federal regulators about its security against hackers and fake accounts.
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