George Hotz, PlayStation 3 hacker, hired by Elon Musk to fix Twitter search

Twitter’s headcount has been decreased by a big quantity by means of layoffs and resignations since Elon Musk accomplished $44 billion deal to take over the corporate on the finish of October this yr. Now, the Twit Chief has hired Geroge Hotz, a safety hacker, as a Twitter intern for 12 weeks. Must and Hotz had a dialog about it on the micro running a blog web site.

The hacker, Hotz has been hired to fix the “broken” search characteristic and take away the non-dismissible login pop-up that seems whereas looking, in accordance to their dialogue on Twitter.

In a tweet, Hotz mentioned, “This is the perspective that builds unimaginable issues. Let all of the individuals who don’t need greatness go away. I’ll put my cash the place my mouth is. I’m down for a 12 week internship at Twitter for price of residing in SF. It’s not about accumulating capital in a lifeless world, it’s about making the world alive.”

Responding to this, Musk said, “Sure, let’s talk.”

After this, Hotz introduced that he has been taken up on his supply as a Twitter intern for 12 weeks. “that’s what Elon advised me my job was, and I’ll attempt my hardest to do it. I’ve 12 weeks additionally attempting to do away with that non dismissable login pop up after you scroll slightly bit ugh these items damage the Internet,” he further wrote in a tweet.

“if I simply do away with the pop up I nonetheless take into account my internship a win. I’ve a chrome extension on my laptop computer to block it jogs my memory of the man who bought a job at Apple, made Wallet mechanically delete your expired boarding passes, and give up the subsequent week,” he added.

George Hotz, an American safety hacker, is understood for creating iOS jailbreaks, and the reverse engineering PlayStation 3.












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