Linda Yaccarino, the speaker, is being interviewed about her response to Yoel Roth’s comments about his experience at Twitter. Yaccarino explains that she and Roth did not overlap at Twitter and that X, the company she works for, has different principles regarding free expression and freedom of speech. She also addresses Roth’s concerns about personal safety and assures that she feels well protected. Yaccarino acknowledges the challenges of being in the public spotlight and the compromise in security that comes with it. She offers to help Roth if he reaches out directly. The interviewer mentions that there were threats to Roth still visible on the platform, which may violate X’s policies. Yaccarino expresses her willingness to help Roth and anyone else who may be facing similar issues. She then transitions to discussing the positive momentum at X and counters some of Roth’s claims about declining content posted on the platform. The interviewer shifts the conversation to business-related topics, bringing up data about Twitter’s engagement and app downloads. Yaccarino highlights the positive engagement metrics at X and mentions the initiatives implemented to improve brand safety and content moderation.