At this point we should note that Pravda, the longtime official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and now a Russian news website of the same name, is already a registered trademark in multiple countries and across several internet domain suffixes.
Musk's tweets were light on details, but suggested that the site would "restore the credibility of the media" by allowing the public to vote on how objective or accurate they feel publications and journalists are. "It is how they define themselves".
"Problem is journos are under constant pressure to get max clicks & earn advertising dollars or get fired". It also means "truth".
'Tricky situation, as Tesla doesn't advertise, but fossil fuel companies & gas/diesel vehicle companies are among world's biggest advertisers'. Another politically progressive writer, Jessica Huseman of ProPublica, who appears to be similarly fixated on Donald Trump and truthiness - and likewise was triggered by Musk's tweets - construed the billionaire's stance as a "tantrum" and "ignorant" in a series of profanity-laden tweets culminating in a screed about injuries at Tesla's factory.
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But a second piece of silverware in two years for 2017 Premier League champion Conte looks unlikely to save his job. Antonio Conte moved closer to the exit door at Stamford Bridge after a managerial merry-go-round started in Italy.
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It's award season in the National Basketball Association , with the 2018 All-Rookie squad getting announced on Tuesday afternoon. Players were awarded two points for each NBA All-Defensive First Team vote and one point for each Second Team vote.
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Yet, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has employed an investigation team to Utah for investigating the case. A Tesla spokeswoman, Keely Sulprizio, did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment.
Some five hours later, Musk tweeted: "For some reason, this is the best I've felt in a while. Hope you're feeling good too", Musk added.
But as The Wall Street Journal pointed out, Musk is famous for making proclamations that may not necessarily be serious. For example, in recent posts, he claimed that Tesla was going bankrupt (that was posted on April Fools' Day); that he was going to start a candy company; and that he was going to start a new company to drill tunnels to avoid traffic.
Musk's idea was not a hit with the media, with some journalists comparing him to President Trump or warning that crowdsourcing credibility ratings online would never work, the Verge reports. 'Er, he's not kidding, ' wrote journalist Mark Harris.
Earlier, in April, after the company had released its first-quarter production report saying the company was building about 2,200 Model 3s a week, Musk responded to another Twitter user wondering about the all-wheel drive model, saying that the company would not begin producing them until after it had reached its 5,000-unit-a-week production target.