Twitter must appoint more moderators in Europe to check which messages appear on the social medium.
Billionaire Elon Musk has been working on reducing the number of employees in this area since his recent takeover, according to European Commissioner Thierry Breton (Internal Market), but the Frenchman disagrees. He told radio station Franceinfo.
Breton wants to form a professional relationship with Musk about where Twitter should go in Europe.
“He will have to make his algorithms public. Then, we will be in control; people will no longer be able to say nonsense,” said the European Commissioner. Musk has just indicated that he wants to promote freedom of expression on Twitter.
The European Commission previously warned Musk that Twitter must also comply with European rules under his rule.