Only just has Company X announced that it is reorganising the trust and security team under Musk and CEO Yaccarino, the first faux-pax follows:
Shortly after Twitter changed its name to “X” and installed a glowing logo in the shape of the letter on the company headquarters in San Francisco, it had to be removed again. The reason for this was a dispute with the city of San Francisco, as there were no permits for the construction. The city’s building inspectorate found that there were no necessary permits and had the logo taken down. Twitter claimed that the logo was only put up for a temporary event, but neighbours complained about the bright and flashing light and expressed safety concerns. In total, the city authorities received 24 complaints. The owner of the building now has to bear the costs for the permits and the dismantling of the logo. Even Musk has to abide by the law, even if he doesn’t always believe it.