Elon Musk Sends a Global Warning

Elon Musk Sends a Global Warning

The CEO of Tesla is on all fronts. He now tries to alert the public to various issues that he deems important.

Since April, observers and detractors of Elon Musk believe that he is obsessed with Twitter.

The world's richest man made a $44 billion bid to acquire the microblogging site on April 14.

He has engaged in a war of words with the management of the platform, whom he accuses of having lied about the figures relating to the spam bots or fake accounts.

For the past two months, Musk has vented against fake accounts. Some experts see it as a tactic to renegotiate the price of the operation because the financial markets have fallen since his offer.

Spam bots or fake accounts are however an important issue because advertisers pay attention to the number of users present on the platforms on which they want to sell their products and services.

Twitter has always said the figures it provides might not reflect the exact number of fake accounts that exist on the network.

In recent months, he has sounded the alarm about population decline in Japan, Italy, South Korea, Hong Kong, and more recently China.

"USA birth rate has been below min sustainable levels for ~50 years," Musk tweeted at the time.