Elon Musk has at last reacted to inquiries regarding what could be done to stop imitators using phony accounts on his newly account social media account ‘Twitter’.
Elon Musk stated on Sunday that accounts that impersonate someone else on Twitter without clearly identifying it as a “parody” account will be permanently terminated without notice.
Well, this is a new king new law initiative as Elon roles out his new rule to be followed by anyone who uses his platform.
Elon Musk claimed in a different tweet that while Twitter had previously offered a notice prior to suspension, there will be “no exceptions” now that broad verification is being implemented.
In a separate tweet, Elon Musk said Twitter previously issued a warning before suspension, but as Twitter is rolling out widespread verification, there will be no warning as well as “no exceptions.”
Previously, we issued a warning before suspension, but now that we are rolling out widespread verification, there will be no warning.
This will be clearly identified as a condition for signing up to Twitter Blue.ADVERTISEMENT VLI
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2022
“This will be clearly identified as a condition for signing up to Twitter Blue,” Elon Musk said, adding any name change at all will cause temporary loss of verified checkmark.
Twitter on Saturday updated its app in Apple’s App Store to begin charging $8 for sought-after blue check verification marks, in Elon Musk’s first major revision of the social media platform.
Tesla Inc boss Mr Musk, who also will serve as chief executive of Twitter, last month said Twitter will be forming a content moderation council with “widely diverse viewpoints”.
“No major content decisions or account reinstatements will happen before that council convenes,” he added.
On the topic of banned accounts, Mr Musk last week said they will not be allowed back onto Twitter until the social media platform has “a clear process for doing so.”
Elon Musk had tweeted more information concerning the prospective return of Twitter’s most well-known banned user, former US President Donald Trump, saying that developing such a method would take at least a few more weeks. The new schedule suggests that Mr. Trump won’t make it back in time for the midterm elections on November 8.
The New York Times had earlier on Sunday claimed that Twitter would not begin rolling out verification checkmarks to users of its new service until after Tuesday’s midterm elections.
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