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  1. He's gonna censor Twitter even more in 3... 2... 1... https://mashable.com/article/elon-musk-twitter-reactions-takeover Elon Musk officially acquired Twitter today for $44 billion — then promptly fired several executives as soon as he stepped in the door. Between his relatively relaxed attitude toward content moderation and his assertions that up to 75 percent of Twitter's workforce will be cut, the reign of Musk is likely to bring numerous changes to the microblogging platform. Understandably, not all of them will be welcome. Twitter's denizens had been apprehensively watching Musk's looming approach for months, some no doubt hoping the deal wouldn't end up going through. Now that it has, the reactions are pouring in. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk is reportedly now officially in charge at Twitter, fires top execs Some users are suggesting everyone abandon Twitter for the greener pastures of LinkedIn or literally anywhere else. Others are proposing they stay and deliberately tank the website's value, much like Tumblr after Yahoo acquired it in 2013. Meanwhile, those celebrating Musk's takeover are taking full advantage of his promises of less discerning moderation by tweeting a whole bunch of slurs. This helps explain the first two reactions.
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