Wait and see if it seems like a garbage fire. Almost all suspended accounts will be pardoned by Musk next week. He took the final decision to a vote.

Musk asked the general public if there should be a general amnesty for suspended accounts if they don't break the law.

Abuse and harassment, posting gore or sexual violence, promoting self- harm, threatening violence, or harassing others due to their race or gender can now be banned from using the social media platform. Mass shooter's manifesto's and other such content were also suspended.

More than 70% of the 3.1 million people who responded to Musk's poll agreed to allow suspended accounts to return.

The results of the poll were revealed on Thursday. "Amnesty starts next week" It's called Vox Populi and it's called Vox Dei.

There is a Latin phrase that means "the voice of the people is the voice of God" and it is being seen as a watchword for Musk. The billionaire used the phrase when he announced his decision to bring Donald Trump's account back to life.

One of the earliest uses of the phrase can be traced back to medieval scholar Alcuin of York, who used it in a completely different way than what Musk has been saying. "Nec audiendi qui solent dicere, vox populi, vox Dei, quum tumultuositas vulgi semper insaniae proxima sit."

The riotousness of the crowd is always very close to madness, so those people should not be listened to who say the voice of the people is the voice of God.

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It's not clear how the change will be implemented, as the clearest messaging so far has been Musk's few posts. There are only a few exemptions for this mass pardon, which means there is room for a lot of bad behavior.

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Our inquiry will join a mountain of unread emails in unattended inboxes if we don't clarify and comment on the matter. Since Musk took over the company at the end of last month, over half of its employees have been let go.