Peter Brandt blames Elon Musk for not addressing Twitter’s cryptic bot problem

Peter Brandt has harshly criticized Controversial billionaire Elon Musk has been accused of failing to address the problem of spam bots on Twitter, calling his handling of the problem “complete farce” and “farce“.

Peter Brandt’s replies are full of bots promoting links to fake donation scams that aim to get users to part with their crypto.

Elon Musk, who has complained about the problem himself on several occasions, has promised to fix it after he takes control.

However, the crypto-currency community hasn’t really noticed a reduction in spam bots. Recently, the trader DonAlt “thanked” Musk for making Twitter comments completely unusable because of the scam bots.

Last week, Elon Musk announced that the problem would be solved by shutting down IP addresses associated with several people running large robot factories.

Yet no substantial progress has been made, with spam bots flooding replies under popular tweets from crypto personalities.

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Instead of seriously addressing the problem of spam bots, the self-proclaimed defender of free speech is busy pushing far-right propaganda and suspending users he doesn’t like. Earlier the Twitter account that follows the billionaire’s private jet was banned from the platform. The account, which is called @ElonJet, had more than half a million followers.

Meanwhile, the dogecoin enthusiast lost his status as the world’s richest person after falling below Bernard Arnault.

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