Pranksters pose as fired Twitter employees

Ένα ζευγάρι φαρσέρ που παρίσταναν τους απολυμένους υπαλλήλους του Twitter ξεγέλασαν την Παρασκευή πολλά ξένα μέσα ενημέρωσης, καθώς το κοινό ανέμενε με αγωνία να μάθει αν ο νέος ιδιοκτήτης Έλον Μασκ θα αρχίσει να απολύει υπαλλήλους

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According to the New York Post CNBC reporter Deirdre Bosa interviewed two people near the company's headquarters in San Francisco who were carrying cardboard boxes and identified themselves as fired Twitter employees.

One of the pranksters said his name was "Rahul Ligma" (Rahul Ligma - a popular meme online) and was holding a copy of Michelle Obama's book Becoming. The other said his name was "Daniel Johnson."

The CNBC, Bloomberg, n Daily Mail and the NBC were among the reputable news outlets that immediately reported that there were layoffs underway…! "It's happening now," tweeted CNBC's Bosa. The entire engineering team leaves the building. These are two from that group.

You still can watch the interview video των φαρσέρ στην επίσημη ροή του Reuters στο YouTube (με τίτλο “LIVE: Εκτός από τα κεντρικά γραφεία του Twitter στο Σαν Φρανσίσκο μετά την ανάληψη της εξουσίας από τον Elon Musk”)

Elon Musk, who upon taking over the company changed his Twitter profile title to “chief Twit,” responded on Friday afternoon by tweeting “Ligma Johnson was here"

On a more serious note, Musk also wrote on Twitter on Friday, ότι η εταιρεία “θα σχηματίσει ένα συμβούλιο εποπτείας περιεχομένου με ευρέως διαφορετικές opinions. Δεν θα παίρνονται σημαντικές αποφάσεις για το περιεχόμενο ή για επανεργοποιήσεις λογαριασμών πριν από τη σύγκληση αυτού του συμβουλίου”. The Best Technology Site in Greece
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