Entrepreneur carried out a poll to users for public voting and more than three million participants opted for amnesty; Billionaire Bought Facebook for $44 Billion
SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses as he arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer Awards ceremony in Berlin
The billionaire and owner of twitter, Elon Musk, published a poll on social networks last Wednesday, 24, asking users if suspended accounts should be forgiven. The majority voted ‘yes’ – around 72% of voters, or 3.16 million people – and the businessman decreed this Thursday: “The people have spoken. The amnesty starts next week.” As a result, profiles that have been penalized by the social network will soon be available again as long as they have not broken the law or sent outrageous spam. One of the accounts that were banned was that of the former president of the United States, donald trump🇧🇷 The representative had his account deleted as a result of the attack on the Capitol in Washington in January 2021. After acquiring Twitter in a controversial negotiation of US$ 44 billion, brands such as Volkswagen and General Motors began to suspend advertising spending in ‘ boycott’ to the billionaire’s failure to fulfill a promise to consult the company’s board on important decisions.
The people have spoken.
Amnesty begins next week.
Vox Populi, Vox Dei.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 24, 2022