(San Francisco, CA) -- The world's richest man is hoping even his worst critics stay on Twitter.
Elon Musk says that's what free speech means. The social media giant accepted his 44-billion dollar offer to buy the company yesterday and take it private.
The CEO says once the deal closes in a few months they'll know what direction the platform will go. Musk has listed some changes he hopes to make as the NAACP urges him not to accept hate speech.