Just a few days ago, as many will remember, Elon Musk trolled CNN by posting on Twitter a meme with a fake headline attributed to the the cable news network. The image included a screenshot of anchor Don Lemon next to a stock photo of Musk. The headline read, “CNN: Elon Musk could threaten free speech on Twitter by literally allowing people to speak freely.” Needless to say, CNN’s public relations department quickly posted a screenshot of Musk’s tweet, which included a disclaimer saying that the tweet was in violation of Twitter’s rules. In response, Musk brushed off CNN’s response, tweeting: “Lmaoooo.” Those are the initials for “laughing my a– off.”
In addition to being funny, the episode was also in some ways incredibly meaningful and emblematic. In other words, the “fake headline” was not so fake. On the contrary, it was a brutal and effective synthesis of the way […]
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