Elon Musk announced a “pardon” for banned Twitter accounts

Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, has announced that he will start restoring banned accounts next week. The project owner made his decision after voting among users.

Musk indicated that the “pardon” will apply to those suspended accounts that did not violate the law and did not participate in “scandalous spam.”

According to the results of voting on social media, more than 72% of the more than 3.1 million users who participated in the survey voted in favor of restoring accounts. Musk then announced that “the people have spoken” and announced that the “pardon” would begin next week.

This announcement mirrors Musk’s previous statements when he said he wanted to become a Twitter “a platform for freedom of expression around the world”.

On November 20, the Twitter ban has already been removed from Donald Trump’s account. Before that, Musk conducted a survey where he asked users if the account of the former president of the United States should be unblocked. The majority chose the “Yes” option. However, Trump said he has no plans to return to Twitter.

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