In a poll Musk posted on Twitter, 72.4% of the more than 3.16 million participants voted in favor of recovering the account.
Elon Musk said Twitter will “generally pardon” suspended accounts starting next week after conducting a probe into whether it should do so for users who don’t break the law or engage in corruption. engage in serious spam or not.
In a poll, Musk posted on Twitter on Wednesday, 72.4% of the more than 3.16 million users who participated in the vote voted in favor of bringing back those who had been disabled by the social networking platform.
“Everybody has spoken,” said Musk, who acquired Twitter last month. tweeted on Thursday. “The amnesty begins next week.”
Last week, Musk, the richest man in the world, restored some previously suspended accountsincluding that of former US President Donald Trump, satirical website Babylon Bee and comedian Kathy Griffin.
He tweeted in October that Twitter will form a content moderation committee “with diverse perspectives.” Musk said no major decisions on content or account recovery will happen before the panel is convened.
Change and chaos marked the billionaire’s first few weeks as the owner of Twitter. He fired top managers, including former CEO Parag Agrawal, while senior officials in charge of security and privacy were announced to have quit.
Those resignations drew scrutiny from the US Federal Trade Commission, whose mandate includes consumer protection, which said it was watch Twitter with “deep interest”.
Earlier on Thursday, Musk tweeted that users can notice “small, sometimes big improvements to Twitter’s speed” will be “particularly important in countries far from” the US.