Elon Musk refutes allegations that a blanket amnesty for terminated Twitter accounts will have unfavourable effects.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, has slammed reports that saying that it will lead to a rise in bullying, hate speech, and false information . Musk took to Twitter and ran a survey asking people to vote on whether or not the micro-blogging site should grant general amnesty to suspended accounts .

Washington, United States, November 25: Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, has slammed reports that saying that it will lead to a rise in bullying, hate speech, and false information.Musk took to Twitter and ran a survey asking people to vote on whether or not the micro-blogging site should grant general amnesty to other suspended accounts if they have not broken the rules or engaged in unsavory spam.The overwhelming majority of respondents, 72.4 percent, supported amnest Musk then tweeted, The people have spoken.Amnesty International takes place next week.

According to a leading American news organisation, Musk's broad amnesty for suspended accounts will see an increase in bullying, hate speech, and misinformation.Musk admitted to Twitter that AP is such a badass.Twitter couldnt compete with Facebook.Musk also tweeted about the online experts, but you have piqued my interest: Who are these online experts you talk about?

The first people whose accounts were reinstated were author Jordan Peterson and comedian Kathy Griffin.The new Twitter policy emphasizes freedom of expression but not freedom of access.Negativehate tweets will be max deboosted and demonetized, leaving no ads or other revenue for Twitter.Musk said in a recent tweet that you wont find the tweet until you specifically seek it out, which is no different from the rest of the internet.

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