Meanwhile Elon Musk has announced a general amnesty for some suspended Twitter accounts, a decision taken following a Twitter poll conducted by Twitter’s new CEO.
Elon Musk asked Twitter users whether the platform should offer a general amnesty to all suspended accounts, provided they haven’t broken the law or engaged in spam.
Now more than 72 percent of the nearly 3.1 million votes were actually in favor of restoring the accounts and Musk said an amnesty should be given to all blocked users and that the course would begin next week and the move comes after some of Elon Musk’s It came days later. Several accounts were restored, including that of former US President Donald Trump.
There were also the very controversial Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson and former professional kickboxer Andrew Tate, some prominent accounts that are still suspended are former Trump adviser Steve Bannon on Twitter, and right-wing UK commentator Katie Hopkins.
Former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke the Mascot had previously said that there would be no account reinstatement until the newly announced Content Moderation Council met, however the Tesla CEO then said that human rights groups urged advertisers to break the deal.