Elon Musk Resigns From Permanent Twitter Bans

Have you been permanently banned from Twitter? Musk gives you a hand of mercy.

The six-month battle with Twitter is finally over. Elon Musk finally completed the purchase of one of the largest social networks and began a purge of employees. However, job cuts are not the only change. As reported, Musk wants to restore the freedom of Twitter and, along with it, unblock users who left the site in the days of the “old board”.

The king is dead, long live the king

After officially taking over Twitter, Elon Musk intends to replace Parag Agrawal as CEO. Such a position allows the richest man in the world to introduce radical changes. That’s good news for non-compliant rebels, as merciful Elon is about to end the permanent ban procedure.

Twitter on the loose

Twitter follows specific and fairly flexible rules. Unlike other social media, it allows pornographic content and politically incorrect comments. However, there are certain limits, exceeding which results in saying goodbye to the portal for life.

Former US President Donald Trump was clearly convinced of this, and in 2021 he blasted Twitter for inciting violence. Musk said at the time that the moderation decision was inappropriate and somehow defended Trump. However, he announced that he was not going to return because Twitter was full of bots and misinformation.

A similar fate befell Kanye West, who was banned for anti-Semitism after returning to Twitter in style, although Musk had previously warmly welcomed him as an old friend. However, there is hope for both men. As reported by Bloomberg, Elon announced the end of the permanent ban. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX believes that lifetime bans should not happen. Musk believes in redeeming mistakes even in the case of extreme strain on the moderators’ patience.

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There are many indications that Twitter will be in for quite a storm in the coming weeks. Musk entered the service center a few days ago with a sink in his hands and posted a recording with his signature let it sink inwhich, in translation, is meant to alert outside commentators that the future CEO is seriously settling into the chair.

The dismissal of figures such as Vijaya Gadde (head of legal department), the so-called censor of Twitter, gives Musk an opportunity to introduce his long-awaited “new business” and “freedom of speech”. Many netizens fear that Musk’s actions could disrupt the platform and turn the brand built since 2006 upside down.

On the other hand, the prospect of greater freedom and the lack of fear of a ban can greatly boost Twitter traffic and bring the company out of financial trouble. But I fear that what is currently happening with the blue service may just be a temporary toy for Musk, which he will leave to its own devices after finding a new sneak peek.

Twitter executives even begged Elon to close the deal, so now they have to face the consequences. Was the “bird” really released? We’ll find out soon enough.

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