Twitter Suspended Accounts: Twitter has also banned accounts of many journalists, including journalists from publication houses like Washington Post, CNN and New York Times. However, Elon Musk has announced the removal of the ban from his account.
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Twitter Has started preparing to restart many suspended accounts. According to reports, the company says that it will launch many such projects in the next 30 days. account Will activate again, which has been closed for violating Twitter’s policy. Recently, Twitter has also suspended the Twitter accounts of many journalists. new boss of microblogging platform Elon Musk alleged that these journalists had violated company policy by sharing their location on social media.
However, today Musk has also announced the removal of the ban from the accounts of these journalists. At the same time, Twitter said in a series of tweets that it has identified some policies, on whose violation the action of permanently closing the account is inconsistent. Twitter made it clear that the re-opening accounts will have to follow the rules of the company. The company further said that if a user commits a serious violation, action will be taken to suspend the account permanently.
Journalists’ accounts suspended
Earlier this week, the social media company suspended the Twitter accounts of several veteran journalists. These include journalists from media houses like Washington Post, CNN and New York Times, who were covering Musk. Musk accused them that by disclosing their location, these journalists have endangered the safety of their family.
We’ve identified several policies where permanent suspension was a disproportionate action for breaking Twitter rules. We recently started reinstating accounts that were suspended for violations of these policies and plan to expand to more accounts weekly over the next 30 days.
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) December 17, 2022
These journalists fell on
According to a New York Times report, the suspended accounts include Ryan Mack of The New York Times, Donny O’Sullivan of CNN, Drew Harwell of The Washington Post, Matt Binder of Mashable, Micah Lee of The Intercept, political journalist Keith Auberman, among others. Aaron Ruper and Tony Webster (both freelance journalists).
suspension will be removed
However, in the latest update of the microblogging site, Elon Musk has said that he will now restore the Twitter accounts of these journalists. Musk, one of the world’s richest men, tweeted, “The people have spoken. The suspension of accounts that disclosed my location will now be lifted.”