Is this really the end of Twitter?

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The social media platform is currently flooded with farewell messages.

The hashtag “RIPTwitter” is trending and several of the site’s users are hurrying to download their data.

Is this really the end of Twitter?

 

They are also recommending other ways to get in touch with them (for example, consumer advocate Martin Lewis, who has 2 million Twitter followers but isn’t very familiar with it, has set himself up on Mastodon).

Elon Musk, Twitter’s new CEO, is not one to miss a trend, and he just posted a meme depicting a tombstone bearing the Twitter logo.

According to BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.View original tweet on Twitter

Staff have been departing in droves ever since Mr. Musk wrote an email demanding “hardcore” working conditions and long hours from his remaining employees. Half of the workforce was laid off by Mr. Musk a week after he completed his purchase of the platform.

Quite a few of those departing, according to their Twitter biographies, are engineers, developers and coders – the folks who work on the core of what makes Twitter function.

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