Musk recently launched a new Twitter poll asking users if it’s okay to unblock nearly all banned accounts (“did not break the law or engage in blatant spam“). voting is over and the result is as you would expect.
As you can see in the picture Musk’s Twitter profileThe poll resulted in over 3 million votes at the end of the poll. 72.4% of users voted YesSimply put, as with the Trump comeback poll before (although in this case the percentages are much more “suspicious”), the voting accounts pointed in the direction of the profile lock.
Musk He commented on “Vox Populi, Vox Dei” and stated: The trial will begin next week.. In any case, the entrepreneur recently announced that he has no intention of fully bringing everyone back to the platform. In fact, Musk said that he has no plans to bring back accounts like Alex Jones’s in connection with some conspiracy theories.
Meanwhile, according to the Financial Times, Shut down Twitter headquarters in Brussels. This election is causing fear among EU officials, who wonder if the company can now truly comply with rules on controlling online content (including the Digital Services Act). In short, the situation connected to the social chirping network remains chaotic to say the least.
Source: Every Eye