Ruckus over Twitter deal, Elon Musk gave strange reaction to CEO Parag Agarwal’s extensive research, commented poop emoji

Elon Musk comments poop emoji on Parag Agarwal’s tweet

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Elon Musk Parag Agrawal Tweets: Elon Musk has reacted to CEO Parag Agarwal’s tweet after putting the Twitter deal on hold. He has commented a poop emoji on a tweet.

Parag Agarwal, CEO of micro-blogging site Twitter (Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal) said on Monday that the company locks millions of suspected spam accounts every week. He wrote in his tweet, ‘We have suspended more than 5 lakh spam accounts in a day, this has already been done before you usually see them on Twitter. We’re also seeing millions of accounts every week that we suspect are spam (Elon Musk Spam Accounts) if they are not able to pass the Human Verification Challenge (CAPTCHA, Phone Verification).’ Parag Aggarwal made several tweets one after the other in this matter. But everyone’s attention went towards Elon Musk’s reaction to Agrawal’s tweet.

Elon Musk, the world’s richest person, has commented on Parag Agarwal’s tweet with a poop emoji. Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s $44 billion Twitter deal no longer suits him. He has put it on the shelf. The reason behind this is that they want to know how many fake or spam or bot accounts are there on Twitter. Amidst all this, Parag Aggarwal had posted a long thread on Monday. In his tweet, he explained how Twitter does a ‘human review’ of potential spam. ‘Have you tried calling him?’ Musk said in a reply to the thread.

Musk wants change in Twitter

Elon Musk has talked about many changes to the site after the Twitter deal. Their purpose is to bring their stated changes after buying the company. In a way, they want to eliminate all the fake accounts. This is the reason why the Twitter deal has suddenly come to a standstill because the Twitter management does not seem to like Musk’s stand. Talking about Parag Aggarwal, he tried to explain in his tweet that the help of data, facts and context is taken to deal with fake accounts. The company suspends more than 5 lakh such accounts every day. Crores of such accounts are locked every week.

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Musk commented on Parag’s tweets

Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal, however, also said that ‘we are not experts in detecting spam’. Aggarwal said that according to internal estimates for the last four quarters, the number of spam accounts does not exceed 5 percent of the total users. Musk has also responded to some of his tweets. Agarwal wrote in one of his tweets, ‘Human review of the account uses both public and private data.’ To this Musk asked, ‘Have you tried calling them (users)?’ Aggarwal said that how many spam accounts are there, it cannot be traced from outside. On this, Musk tweeted an emoji comment with ‘Pile of Poo’. In a way, he has tried to tell Agarwal that all of you are doing jaggery.