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The new owner of Twitter has already rehabilitated the account of former American president Donald Trump, banned from the social network after the Capitol in the Capitol in the Capitol in the Capitol in 2021. © provided by Franceinfo
Social network users are called upon to pronounce. Elon Musk launched a new survey on Wednesday 23 November on the restoration of Twitter's suspended accounts, after his last survey led him to welcome Donald Trump to the platform again.
Should Twitter Offer A General Amnesty to Sushed Accounts, Provided that they have not Broken the Law or Hurged in Egregious Spam?
-Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 23, 2022
"Should Twitter offer general amnesty in suspension accounts, as long as they have not broken the law or sent spam in a scandalous way? Yes/ No, "he asked. Two hours later, more than a million accounts had already spoken, largely in favor of "yes".
Elon Musk restores the accounts of Twitter banned personalities, but says that she "did not yet make a decision" concerning Donald Trump
Donald Trump had been banished from the social network in January 2021, after the Capitole assault by his supporters . © supplied by Franceinfo arrived for three weeks, the new boss of Twitter dictates his rules. Elon Musk announced, Friday, November 18, that the accounts several accounts suspended from the platform, (including those of Kathy Griffin, Jordan Peterson and Babylon Bee), were readmitted on the platform.
A "digital public square"
The new owner and managing director of Twitter has already rehabilitated the account of former American President Donald Trump, banned from the social network after the Capitole assault in Washington in January 2021 on Saturday in January 2021.
"The people spoke. Trump will be restored," he tweeted after 15 million accounts responded to his survey on the return of the Republican multimillionaire, including 51.8% in favor of "yes". The boss of Tesla and SpaceX has repeatedly explained that he had bought Twitter because he considers the platform as the "digital public place" essential to democracy in the world.
He believes that the moderation of the content is too restrictive and harms freedom of expression. This vision raises fears of a surge of abuse (disinformation, hate speech) on the social network. Many brands have already suspended their advertising expenses, of which Twitter depends at 90% for its revenues.
What Elon Musks Wohlen around Donald Trump really means
Düsseldorf. Elon Musk wants ex-President Donald Trump to return to Twitter. That says less about the state of freedom of expression in the USA than about despair on Twitter. © Susan Walsh The Tesla founder and Twitter boss Elon Musk "The people spoke." With this pithy claim, the new owner of the short message service Twitter explains his decision to give the former American President Donald Trump back access to the platform .
Very criticized decisions
The entrepreneur with libertarian ideas first tried to coax them, promising in particular to make no decision on the restoration of accounts banned before the creation of a "advice for moderation of content with points of very diverse view ".
"A large coalition of social and political activists agreed not to try to kill Twitter by drying out our advertising revenues on this condition," he tweeted on Tuesday. But "they broke the agreement," he added, as a justification on the restoration of the accounts of several personalities ousted from the platform for having violated its rules.
Elon Musk is widely criticized for his decisions at the head of Twitter, massive layoffs at the chaotic launch of new features. He dismisses the criticisms several times a day on his account at the 118 million subscribers with the same (parodic images), emoticons, provocations, personal attacks and pirouettes. "With time, as we Treat our way to the truth, Twitter will gain people's confidence, "he tweeted on Wednesday.
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