Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, whose platform has been synonymous with yelling, trolling, and a less-than-stable president who uses it for vain rants and threats of nuclear annihilation, is in a difficult place: Many if not most of the criticisms of his site are accurate, and Dorsey's tactic when responding to them often produces a bunch of five dollar words about how he needs to make certain changes.
On Tuesday, Dorsey went to a planned Q & A with Recode co-founder and New York Times contributor, Kara Swisher. Unfortunately, it's all played on the Twitter response-a format that's perfect for conveying fast à la carte thinking, but it's very hard to keep track of in real-time. As unfortunately, Dorsey's interview strategy has not changed. Regarding the only thing he received he did not handle his role as CEO as well and the major issues hurt the whole platform.
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Swisher started by asking Dorsey why the site could not be moved faster to address criticisms which is a lot, but the most high profile of which is widespread harassment and accusations it, as Sunday put it, "intensifies and amplifies pathological social tendencies along with actions within, report, and write about the world of politics. "
Dorsey responded by saying that" in the past we were working hard to do so "and are now focusing on" prioritizing by impact. "If he needs to grade his own performance, he will himself a "C." The reason? Twitter tries, but "is scattered and insufficiently felt," and the site "puts most of the burden on victims of abuse."
In other words, even Dorsey admits that he is performing in a slightly-passed and that there is a major failure in maintaining the site from downward to invective.
 Dorsey then combined a lot of gobbledygook about how Twitter is trying to find ways to "proactively implement and promote health" -in other words, transferring goalposts again to muddled conversations about conversations, rather than the Twitter side effects are having now. Also, Dorsey thinks that if Twitter earns "proactive" "#health," then the reporting or blocking of other users may be a "last resort."
At this point, Twitter sees the most abuses that occur in "response, mentions, search, and trends." The careful observer may note that is the whole site of emotion besides the moment and direct message.
that Twitter is "focused on understanding what it means to communicate with health," which is a way of saying that it has no idea how to define its main product (or the stall on the subject). He also added that the platform is trying to figure out "what we can do within the product and policy to lower [the] possibilities" of Twitter that melts over offline physical safety concerns. Again, no concrete answer:
Dorsey also said that Twitter has acted against "all we can against our policies," which is certainly unique, because the team accounts moderation of the eye's eye platform with toxic behavior which is actually reported is widespread (such as system accounts that are easily deliberate by a method called brigading, where trolls have reported relatively harmless tweets in the hope of successful locking someone's account).
He also told Swisher that a "moderate" reporting moderation reporting, which is a great reason why some of the worst malicious actors on the site never seem to be punished
tried Swisher nail's Dorsey rigorous examples of what Twitter to terminate harassment, ending another intercourse with the land of platitudes with some pit stops on the relatively minor fixes it has made (introducing a policy against misguidance ip, downrank some "bad actors," and the mute function, which was introduced … five years ago 19659004]
Dorsey replied to accounts of people who take Twitter "breaks and purges," which writes that it is "feeling terrible" and he does not "feel well how Twitter has incentivize outrage, fast-term, short term thinking, echo chambers, and fragmented conversations and considerations. "
He said tha Fixing it requires him to" change more grounds, "but failed to elaborate.
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Dorsey then repeated the scorn- Curse Donald Trump's account in fact enjoys above-standing status because of his position as president. But he insisted, against all the indications on the contrary, that the policy was motivated somehow by the metrics :
Dorsey also declined to name a "historical record number" about the least balls can be thrown by one:
Really? Can not think of anyone else?
The thread then was just kind of petered out from there, but Dorsey took time to say that one of Twitter accounts he had the most "respect" for Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.
The Musk's time on the site, of course, had catastrophic consequences. These include a grass joke that triggers tens of millions of fines from the Securities and Exchange Commission and his loss of Tesla chairmanship, as well as most one-sided beef with a cave diver who helped rescue a trapped soccer team in the Thai-Musk public smeared as a pedophile. The late incident resulted in a major case of slander. In fact, the Musk sent many false notes that the news was publicly discussed in his intelligence.
Perhaps this is not the example you want to be trotting around! But Dorsey, who seems to have little idea of what he is taxing but is convinced that the right amount of word word can continue it, he really does not have the idea of what he is doing.
In addition to focusing on "conversation," whatever it means.