Elon Musk, Twitter’s new owner, says the company is creating a board to make important moderation decisions at the company. in tweet on Friday, Musk said the “council” will have “widely divergent perspectives” and that “no major decisions about content or account recovery will be made until this council meets.” A few hours later, he clarified his statement with a quote in a tweetexplaining that “To be super clear, we haven’t made any changes to Twitter’s content moderation policies yet,” as he ramps up his bid to become a media executive.

The tweet did not include any details about what viewpoints Musk wants on the board, how many people will be on it, how they will be appointed, or how it differs from the content and policy moderation teams that already exist at the company.

Other social media companies have tried a seemingly similar approach — Meta has its own oversight board, which is meant to be an independent organization that manages Facebook’s platform and moderation decisions. Critics, however, have raised questions about how much power the board actually has to enforce its decisions. There’s also a web of potential legislation that could dictate how tech companies can moderate their platforms, which could limit what moderation decisions Twitter and other platforms can make, regardless of the “free speech” ideals they aspire to .