‘I’m somewhat to blame,’ admits Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey in 2022

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey stated in a tweet that the “days of usenet, irc, the web, even email (w PGP) were fantastic,” adding that he was “partially to a fault” for the internet’s centralization.

“The days of usenet, irc, the web, and even email (with PGP) were incredible. “I realize I’m somewhat to a fault, and I hate it,” Dorsey remarked, adding, “centralizing discovery and identification into businesses severely harmed the internet.”

Dorsey, who established Twitter in 2006, stepped down as CEO of the social networking site last year, even though it has grown into an online behemoth. Its influence on news coverage has evolved, even as governments use it to disseminate their views and programs.

The messages have reached millions of users in seconds over the years, occasionally setting norms for social debates and igniting conflicts with posts that become viral.

In a post after Twitter barred former President Trump from its network, Dorsey said, “I do not celebrate or feel joy in our having to ban Donald Trump from Twitter,” before questioning, “Was this correct?”
Three years ago, Dorsey announced a funding plan for an open-source team of architects, engineers, and designers to develop an “open and decentralized standard for social media,” declaring that the “goal is for Twitter to be a client of this standard eventually.”

This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.

Must Read: Lady Gaga

Follow Us: Facebook Instagram | Twitter YouTube | LinkedIn Pinterest Tumblr

Related Posts

1 of 231