How Twitter Users Can Protect Their Data Under Musk

Now, most of Twitter’s 217 million daily active users have probably heard the news: Elon Musk – the world’s richest person, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX and a prolific Internet poster – has agreed to buy the social network for about $ 44 billion.

Twitter employees reacted with shock and dismay on Monday as a new reality sank in: Musk, freedom of speech advocate and strong critic of the social network would become the company’s new owner.

Regular Twitter users are wondering what a Musk-owned platform will look like and what it will mean for online harassment, misinformation, democracy and – most of all – their data protection on the service.

If you’ve worried about your Twitter account, we’ve gathered some of the most important things you can (and can not) do right now.

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