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After taking over billions: Elon Musk considers charging Twitter

After the possible acquisition of Twitter, tech billionaire Elon Musk (50) is considering charging for the online service. “Twitter will always be free for regular users but may cost a bit for business/government users,” he tweeted on Tuesday.

Reactions to Musk’s tweet are mostly negative. Users announce that they will say goodbye to the platform after the billionaire takes over the SMS service. Others already fear that distinguishing between private and commercial shipping profiles will be difficult. For example, what category does a student who posts memes on Twitter fall on the side and thus achieves a certain celebrity status, but doesn’t make any money?