Elon Musk slams reports claiming ‘general amnesty’ for suspended Twitter accounts will have negative impact


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Twitter CEO Elon Musk, who announced that he will begin 'general amnesty' for suspended accounts on the micro-blogging platform, has slammed reports that claimed this will spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation. As per the survey results, slightly over 3 million people voted in the poll and with the majority of 72.4 per cent of voting in favour of amnesty. Musk then tweeted, "The people have spoken.