Entire Meeting At Twitter Leaked By Project Veritas

(NewsGlobal.com)- Project Veritas has published leaked audio from Monday’s Twitter employee meeting, which was held in response to Elon Musk’s acquisition of the social media company.
The staff members expressed their worries about Musk, making it evident that one of the primary reasons for his purchase was their “content moderation techniques,” including excessive censoring and a lack of transparency about their algorithms.
Parag Agrawal, the CEO of Twitter, explains that “more intelligent moderation” is sometimes required.
Although the audio clip is just around a minute long, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe has vowed that there will be more to come in the future.
It’s been reported that Vijaya Gadde, the business’s senior lawyer, broke down at the meeting as she raised concerns about how the company may reform.
Gadde has been with Twitter since 2011 and is the senior executive in charge of the company’s trust and safety, legal, and public policy duties. Her internal reputation is that of Twitter’s “authority” and the executive in charge of dealing with sensitive issues such as harassment and harmful speech.
Recordings of a 45-minute company-wide call were unearthed by Project Veritas. Twitter employees asked board member Bret Taylor and CEO Parag Agrawal about the company’s future after Elon Musk bought the company.
At the start, Taylor said that the day had been very emotional for her, and because of the law, we have to do what is best for our shareholders.”
Agrawal concurred, saying that there are a lot of people in the room who are worried, but they’re also excited to see how this turns out.
“Content moderation” policies are important to keeping Twitter safe and growing, said Agrawal, who added that the company’s current policies are important.
She said they were going to figure out a way for Elon to talk to everyone as soon as possible, because “as you know, we don’t know everything.”
Twitter’s CMO, Leslie Berland, said that it was very clear to Elon that he bought the platform because of our moderation policies and disagreements with how we handle them. There are a lot of people on Twitter who care about service, trust, and safety.
Agrawal said that as a service, Twitter grows because we can make the conversation on Twitter safe because we have tools, processes, and rules in place to make people feel secure with their own experiences on the service. It’s something that needs to keep getting better.
Sounds like the entire staff feels “people” means “left-wing people who think like they do.”
The tone-deafness is staggering.