Elon Musk's New Move: 'General Amnesty' Coming to Suspended Twitter Users
Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, continues to be on the agenda with the steps he took after purchasing Twitter. Musk's new move was quite surprising.
The new owner of the micro-blogging platform Twitter, billionaire businessman Elon Musk, took the first step towards a 'general amnesty' on the platform. Musk also announced the conditions for returning to Twitter.
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who finally bought Twitter, opens the doors of a new era on Twitter.
Known for his closeness to former US President Donald Trump, Musk said on Twitter, the social media platform he owns, 'Reinstate former President Trump?' shared the survey. Re-activating Trump's Twitter account, Musk took the first step towards a 'general amnesty'.
According to the news in The Verge, Musk announced that he has issued a 'general amnesty' for accounts suspended or closed on the platform.
The new owner of Twitter, Musk, also announced the conditions for returning to the platform. Musk made a statement that this operation would involve individuals and accounts that "do not break the law or spam horribly."
Twitter and Musk Are Losing Money
After billionaire businessman Elon Musk bought Twitter, some world-famous brands began to cut their advertising spending on Twitter and stop Twitter ads.
The number of big companies that stopped their Twitter ads has reached 7. Pharmaceutical company Pfizer and snack manufacturer Mondelz were among the first to initiate the trend of world-famous brands not advertising on Twitter.