Nov 25, 2022
Elon Musk says Twitter will offer 'amnesty' to suspended accounts
Elon Musk says Twitter will provide a "General amnesty" to some suspended accounts from next week. Mr Musk did not give details on how the amnesty process would be carried out. His Twitter account was suspended in 2021 on grounds that it risked inciting violence, after Trump supporters had stormed the US Capitol. Mr Musk has also reactivated the Twitter accounts of rapper Ye and influencer Andrew Tate. Mr Musk completed his $44bn purchase of Twitter on 28 October after months of wrangling.
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