Musk to reinstate 62,000 banned Twitter users with Big Bang plan

Elon Musk who has described his action as a revolution against online censorship in America is doing something new. It was just about recently when he reinstated former US President Donald Trump’s Twitter account.  Now, this social media giant has started reinstating over 62,000 suspended Twitter accounts. According to various reports, it is internally referred to as the Big Bang.

Elon Musk started a poll in which he asked Twitter users whether the site should offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts by additionally referring that they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam.

Among all voters, 72.4% of the users said yes and 27.6% of users said no. As far as Donald Trump’s account is concerned, Musk started a poll asking users whether his account should be reinstated or not. The account was banned for life because of Trump’s incitement of violence.




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