Voice and video chat on Twitter are coming soon, according to Elon Musk

Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter, has previously made public statements expressing his desire to enhance the platform’s direct message functionality. He has now provided further information on what would be coming to Twitter’s direct messages in a recent meeting with staff members.
The presentation on Monday at the company’s San Francisco headquarters was dubbed “Twitter 2.0,” according to a recording of the meeting that The Verge received. Musk informed staff members that Twitter is working on encrypted direct messages (DMs), voice chats, and video chats.
Musk is absolutely correct to advocate for increased DM safety. In 2018, an unidentified number of direct messages (DMs) between clients and companies were online for more than a year. Additionally, the US government has accused an ex-Twitter employee of inappropriately obtaining user data on behalf of Saudi Arabia. It is still unknown how these DMs were applied.
Even with a pistol to their head, according to Musk, no one should be able to view another person’s direct messages.
However, this isn’t the first time Twitter has experimented with DM encryption. Although the project has started and stopped numerous times in the past, Musk believes that encryption should be implemented as soon as possible under his Twitter 2.0 concept.
Additionally, he commended Signal as a safe messaging service and contacted the creator, who is now “maybe willing to help out” with Twitter’s DM encryption.

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