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Motormouth Musk wants to retain top billing

The controversial Tesla supremo had vowed to rein himself in on Twitter, but already he appears to be breaking his promise

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd March, 2019

At the very end of last year, this column had to look into its crystal ball and make some predictions. As ever, these are prone to some missteps, but drones have already made the news for the wrong reason in Ireland, data issues around Brexit appear to be alarming, and we’ve had a number of issues come up around privacy and the GDPR.

While some of those seem obvious none of them come...

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