Extremely rich person Elon Musk has been in the news since his takeover of Twitter, which was subsequently different to X. The Pioneer behind SpaceX and Tesla posts on the microblogging stage routinely, frequently fascinating clients across the globe. As of late, the very rich person said that he would pay Wikipedia $1 billion assuming they changed their name. “I will give them a billion bucks assuming that they change their name to Dickipedia,” he said, adding that he would do as such “in light of a legitimate concern for exactness.”
At the point when a client encouraged Wikipedia to proceed the name change, Mr Musk set another condition. “@Wikipedia, Do it! You can constantly transform it back after you gather,” the client said. To which, the very rich person answered, “One year least. At the end of the day, I’m a not fool haha.”
In another post, he shared a screen capture of Wikipedia’s landing page which referenced “Wikipedia isn’t available to be purchased” and “an individual allure from Jimmy Grains”. Mr Musk added, “Have you at any point asked why the Wikimedia Establishment needs such a lot of cash? Working Wikipedia positively isn’t required. You can in a real sense fit a duplicate of the whole message on your telephone! All in all, what’s the cash for? Asking minds need to be aware …”
Mr Musk, in a subsequent post, likewise inquired as to whether a cow and a crap emoticon could be added to his Wikipedia page.
Since being shared, his post has amassed 9.9 million perspectives and over a lakh likes.
“They’re continuously requesting gifts, so watch out. They could come to gather,” said a client.
“Seems like that enclosure match challenge,” remarked an individual.
A third individual remarked, “Get it and placed artificial intelligence responsible for refreshing it independently.”
“Common rich person… Possibly ready to give on the off chance that the foundation names itself after him!” commented a client.
Someone else added, “Taking a gander at the answers I can’t envision these individuals are waking a similar earth as me lmao.”
In May this year, Wikipedia organizer Jimmy Ridges attacked Mr Musk for editing pundits of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey, a day prior to the nation’s exceptionally challenged official political race. In a post, Mr Ridges got down on the very rich person for not supporting free discourse when he buckled under Turkey’s requests to limit content. In his post, Mr Ribs referenced that when he confronted a comparable circumstance, Wikipedia pushed back.
“Did your cerebrum drop somewhere far away from me, Yglesias? The decision is have Twitter choked completely or limit admittance to certain tweets. Which one do you need?” Mr Musk said.
In light of Musk’s tweet, he said, “What Wikipedia did: we remained steadfast for our standards and battled to the High Court of Turkey and won. This is treating opportunity of articulation as a guideline instead of a trademark.”
Wikipedia was impeded in Turkey for over two years when the media communications guard dog refered to a regulation permitting it to boycott admittance to locales considered vulgar or a danger to public safety.