In the spring of this year, one of Twitter's founders, Jack Dorsey, took part in the management of the company through the purchase of a large stake, but this week the former director general of the social network admitted that he regretted turning the platform into a company rather than an e-mail protocol.
According to Reuters, Jack Dorsey, on the pages of a platform he once created, stated that his main regret was to turn Twitter into a company. When asked what form he would prefer to see Twitter, he chose the definition of "protocol", which implied that the platform did not have a specific owner, whether a State or another company. E-mail, for example, existed on the same grounds, allowing individual service providers to share information with each other.
In the event that the court compels Ilon Mask to buy Twitter on the terms of April of this year, Jack Dorsey will be paid $978 million. However, according to his comments, he seems to be somewhat disappointed with the state in which the social network is now located. Ilona Mask's dispute with the current Twitter leadership revolves around a fraction of questionable accounts that are used to disseminate unreliable information and spam, while staff leave the company due to lack of confidence in the future.