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Elon Musk explained new Twitter rules, strictness on parody account, said – ‘will change over time’



New Delhi. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Company and new owner of Twitter, has been in the news continuously since the deal was struck with Twitter. From laying off company employees to deciding to take paid Twitter subscriptions, Musk has made several major decisions in the past few days. In this footage, Elon Musk released some new Twitter rules. He tweeted saying these rules will evolve over time.

However, the thing to note here is that these Twitter rules are largely the same old ones. A new rule has been added to this that misleading or misleading logins will be blocked without notice. Through this new rule, individuals, groups or organizations have been advised not to use false identities to mislead, mislead or deceive. It also said, “Do not use a fake identity in a way that disrupts others’ experience on Twitter.”

Musk also tweeted on Sunday, saying, “Previously we issued a pre-suspension warning, but now that we’re starting a thorough check, there won’t be a warning.”

Along with that, he had also said while tweeting that changing the account name would remove the blue tick. Twitter company owner Elon Musk said on Sunday that if an account on the platform is found to be trying to impersonate someone else, it will be permanently suspended. Twitter has announced the launch of a subscription service with a “blue tick” given to verified accounts for a fee of $7.99 per month. After that, some celebrities reacted to the move by changing their name to Musk on the microblogging site. Given this, Musk warned to suspend the account. (from input language)

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