In response to a survey conducted by Musk, about 72% of the participants voted in favor of a “general amnesty” for accounts suspended on Twitter “as long as they haven’t broken the law or engaged in egregious spam.” Musk said Thursday that the amnesty will start next week.
The memes for the possible closure of Twitter: even Elon Musk joined
Since acquiring Twitter, the billionaire CEO has reinstated several accounts, including those of former President Donald Trump, Christian news satire site Babylon Bee and Canadian self-help author Jordan Peterson.
While Musk had previously said no reinstatements would take place before a content moderation board was formed, accused activist groups of breaking a deal made on the advice.
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