Twitter founder and former chief executive Jack Dorsey tweeted Thursday that he regrets the social media platform became an organization.
“The most important issue and my biggest regret is that it became an organization,” Dorsey tweeted in response to a matter about whether Twitter turned out the way in which he had envisioned.
The 45-year-old Dorsey stands to receive $978 million if the agreement for billionaire Elon Musk to purchase Twitter is accomplished.
When asked about what structure he wished Twitter would operate under, Dorsey said that it ought to be “a protocol” and that Twitter shouldn’t be owned by a state or one other company.
If it were a protocol, Twitter would operate very like email, which shouldn’t be controlled by one centralized entity, and other people using different email providers are in a position to communicate with each other.
Twitter is embroiled in multiple struggles.
The corporate has sued Musk for attempting to walk away from his $44 billion offer to purchase Twitter. A former executive turned whistleblower has accused Twitter of misleading federal regulators about its security measures to guard against hackers and spam accounts.