“The bird is freed.”
This was officially Elon Musk’s first tweet following the $44 billion acquisition of Twitter.
The CEO of electric car manufacturer Tesla and the extravagant leader of rocket company SpaceX ushered in a new era of Twitter after a battle of wits (and shares) between him and the previous owners.
“Chief Twit” as Musk has taken to calling himself on the platform, has announced that the bird will fly free in an all-too-clever nod to the Twitter logo.
"The bird will fly by our rules,” the EU responded.
Why do so many people care about how this particular bird flies in the first place?