Mr. Musk, a longtime self-described “free speech absolutist,” In May, Trump had stated that he would lift the ban on Mr. Trump’s permanent use of his name. Twitter Let him go back to the social network. But Mr. Musk We had to put an end to our efforts to change. Twitter’s content rules after completing his buyout.
He said it late last month. Twitter He would establish a content moderation committee to manage major content decisions on the platform, and that he would not take any action on account reinstatements “before that council convenes.” There has not been a council. On Friday, Mr. Musk Tweeted that he was allowing people to tweet his support. Twitter Accounts had been blocked, including those of comedian Kathy Griffin, and Jordan Peterson, author and psychologist, who were unable to access the platform.
Alex Stamos, director of Stanford Internet Observatory, stated that it was “odd” The Mr. MuskHe has spent many months complaining about it. Twitter’s problem with bot accounts, would use a Twitter Poll in which bots can vote to decide the issue. Then assume that the result is correct “reflects some kind of legitimate ‘voice of the people.’”
“It is definitely possible for small groups to create large numbers of accounts to manipulate features like polls,” He added.
Mr. Trump’s Twitter Misinformation experts and others raised concerns about the reinstatement immediately. Former president had previously used Twitter He used his presidency as a megaphone to praise, cajole and lobby for his version of events. He sometimes announced policies and spread incorrect information. Twitter Even before his staff was informed. Trump had made comments on Twitter that cast doubt upon the integrity and legitimacy of the vote prior to the 2020 presidential election.
Trump could make a comeback to Truth Social if he shares the same content as Truth Social. Twitter You can find more information at “hotbed of hate, harassment and incitement,” said Joan Donovan, the research director at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, which has studied the proliferation of misinformation.
If Mr. Trump was to TwitterIt was likely to boost his personal brand since he could reach an even wider audience.