Twitter on Monday disbanded its “Trust and Safety Council,” a group of volunteers who offered the company advice from outside experts on online safety, according to an email seen by NBC News.
“As Twitter enters a new phase, we are reassessing how best to bring external insights to our product and policy development work,” the company said in the email. “As part of this process, we decided that the Trust and Safety Council was not the best structure to do this.”
Alex Holmes, who had been a board member, tweeted that the email came after the company canceled a meeting with the board.
The Tesla CEO now owns the social media company.
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