Musk said on Thursday that starting the next week, Twitter will provide suspended accounts “a broad amnesty.” The day before, the platform’s CEO published a poll asking users if they thought impacted accounts should be restored.
More than 3.1m Twitter users responded to Mr. Musk’s poll, with 72.4% of them voting Yes. “The people have spoken. Amnesty begins next week,” Musk, who has 118.7m followers on the platform, later tweeted.
Elon Musk restored a few previously suspended accounts last week, including that of comedian Kathy Griffin, mocking website Babylon Bee, and former US President Donald Trump.