Twitter won’t reactivate banned users without ‘clear process,’ Musk says
elon musk buys twitter and clarified in a tweet early on Wednesday that banned accounts won’t be permitted to return to Twitter until the social media site has a clear process for doing so. This is Tweet of Elon Musk after he buys twitter This was in reference to the possibility of former US President Donald Trump,
Twitter’s most well-known banned user, returning. Musk said that developing such a procedure would take at least a few more weeks. The revised schedule suggests that Trump won’t be back in time for the November 8 midterm elections.
Users, advertisers, and Twitter staff members have been keeping a close eye out for any indications of what Musk will do during his first week as the company’s owner. Tesla’s CEO has already stated that Twitter shouldn’t permanently ban users and that he would lift Trump’s suspension following the US Capitol riot last year due to the possibility of further inciting violence. Musk’s tweets followed a call he had on Tuesday with the NAACP, the Anti-Defamation League, and Color of Change, among other civil rights organisations.
Musk confirmed in a tweet on Wednesday that Twitter will create a committee for content moderation made up of members with “widely different viewpoints.”
According to Robinson, who added that the conversations were still in the early stages, the billionaire stated during the call that he would like the civil society organisations to join the council.
He declared, “Actions will speak louder than words.” Just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the problems that were discussed at this discussion,
Elon Musk, the CEO and founder of Tesla, stated that Twitter has made the decision to not allow users who have been banned to reapply without a clear procedure. People must go through a procedure in which their wrongdoing is openly acknowledged before being given the opportunity to atone.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Musk remarked. “If not, it just produces this feeling of irate pandemonium. ” The decision was made at a time when Twitter is still under fire for how they handled the 2016 presidential election.
Politicians and celebrities made great use of the platform to disseminate information and engage in contentious debates regarding the election. But a lot of people think Twitter did not do enough to stop the spread of false information or hate speech on their platform. Twitter has been working to develop more stringent policies for their platform ever since the election. These rules include restricting the total number of tweets from each account each day, lowering the amount of content that is contentious, and taking down hostile images and symbols from their website. Some users, who believe they are being unfairly punished, have, however, resisted these adjustments..
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