Twitter owner, Elon Musk has indicated that he would reluctantly move into smartphone production. This is coming after Apple and Google said they are ditching Twitter due to potential violations of rules relating to the
distribution of content.
In the latest bombardment of provocative messages posted on Twitter since taking over the company
last month, the businessman said he would resort to manufacturing his mobile phone if his social
the media company is taken off Apple and Google’s respective app stores/.
Responding to a question posed through the platform, he said ” I certainly hope it does not come to
that, but, yes, if there’s no other choice, I will make an alternative phone”.
The comment made a predictable splash on the platform, provoking comments from enthused fans and
critics, while the idea was backed by some online users.
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Elon Musk To Lift The Ban On Suspended Accounts
Meanwhile, Musk is also considering reactivating all the suspended accounts on the platform. This
comes a few days after lifting the permanent ban imposed on the former U.S. president.
Just like he did with Trump, he created a poll on Twitter asking people to vote on the proposed amnesty. However, the amnesty comes with a condition that such accounts must not have engaged in awful spam
The Twitter poll asked;
”Should Twitter offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts, provided they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam?” was to be answered with a ‘YES’ or ‘NO’.
The result of the poll at the time of publication time shows that 72.4 percent support lifting the suspension
on accounts, while 27.6 percent said no.
The two tech giants planning to leave Twitter might not be wise since their large audiences are on social media. It is also an avenue to communicate or get complaints across them.
We are however hoping they change their mind on this because this could cause a massive downtime. Elon Musk on the other hand should take it slow and stop being egoistic.
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