Elon Musk will soon hold the keys to Twitter.

The company announced on Monday that it has accepted the Tesla CEO's $44 billion offer to take the company private.

That means the world's richest person who has a penchant for theatrics and erratic behavior is about to have

the power to reshape discourse on a social network used by more than 200 million people every day.

How might Musk wield that power?
Here are some proposals for Twitter that he's floated.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO describes himself as a "free speech absolutist"

and has criticized what he sees as excessive moderation on online platforms.

He nodded to these beliefs in his statement announcing the purchase by saying that "free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy,

and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated."

Musk has argued that social networks should not remove comments that, while offensive,

Elon Musk Bought Twitter