Musk floats paid   fires board Twitter verification

Twitter's new owner faces major hurdles as he begins his first week in charge of the company

Billionaire Elon Musk is already floating major changes for Twitter, including making it 

Easier for people to send photos and videos to friends and family without being seen by the public.

Twitter's new owner Elon Musk has made himself the sole member of the company's board

 He says the change is temporary, but he didn't provide any details about how it will affect Twitter's operations

Elon Musk tweeted a poll asking how much users would be willing to pay for

The blue check mark that Twitter has historically used to verify higher-profile accounts

Musk floats paid   fires The check mark is used to let other users know it's really them and not just their public imageTwitter verification

Critics have derided the mark, often reserved for supercars, as a sign of wealth and power.