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Tesla CEO Elon Musk became the largest shareholder of Twitter

On Monday, SEC revealed that Elon Musk had taken a 9.2 % stake in Twitter worth $2.9bn. 

Due to this, Elon Musk has become one of the largest shareholders of Twitter.

However,  the technology giant and billionaire has started a Twitter poll in which he asks the users whether they want an edit. Button or not?

"Do you want an edit button?" He wrote on Twitter.

As more than 80 million Twitter users follow the billionaire, many responded to his question.

But, the most striking response was from  Parag Agrawal, the CEO of Twitter, who wrote:

"The consequences of this poll will be important. Please vote carefully," 

Moreover, before this, Musk has also asked the people whether free speech is necessary for the sustainability of democracy or if we should make a new platform.

He wrote on Twitter: "Free speech is essential to a functioning democracy. Do you believe Twitter rigorously adheres to this principle"

He added, "What should be done? Is a new platform needed?"

Furthermore, Elon Musk has been using the Twitter platform since 2009, when he killed it, and he has made many announcements regarding his plans and ideas.

However, he criticized the social media platform Twitter for its unusual and nonfree speech policies and said that the company is going against the basic principles of democracy.

The demand and talk on the edit button were restored when Twitter announced that the company was working on an edit button on April 1. As it was a long-awaited desire demand the users.

Many users enjoyed it, while some wondered if it was an April Fool Day joke. They did not believe in the tweet of the platform.

Before this, Twitter had teased the edit button in 2020 and added that it would be introduced when amid the Corona Pandemic, they announced the launch of the feature in the following words:

"You can have an edit button when everyone wears a mask," Twitter had announced.