After Elon Musk unbanned them, professional kickboxer Andrew Tate and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson are back on Twitter.
After buying Twitter, Elon Musk made a number of significant adjustments, one of which was the unbanning/reinstatement of well-known individuals who had previously been banned.
Instead, he implemented a new policy that forbids impersonations and enforced it.
This is consistent with the updated Twitter Blue, which costs $8 and awards users with a blue checkmark.
Elon wants to turn Twitter into “a platform for free speech but not freedom of reach,” in his own words, and these modifications are a part of that effort.
Andrew Tate and Jordan Peterson are back on Twitter
Andrew Tate was terminated from Twitter in 2017 for violating its rules.
A cartoonist established a GoFundMe in 2017 because his son required surgery.
Tate was expelled for criticising a cartoonist for not having enough money to support his son.
Jordan Peterson, on the other hand, was compelled to remove his tweet after being banned for engaging in “hateful conduct.”
On November 18, Tate and Peterson were both unbanned.
Their Twitter accounts are @Cobratate and @jordanbpeterson, respectively.
Peterson proposed restoring @realDonaldTrump and @ConceptualJames on his first day back in office.
People can freely express their thoughts and have discussions because to free speech.
Censorship, on the other hand, stops conversations from occurring that may otherwise hide truths.
The previous administration of Twitter tended to block users who didn’t merit it while allowing other seriously harmful users to remain on the site.
Not just one or two well-known persons would be banned from Twitter if it consistently enforced its regulations.
Elon Musk intends to address this by establishing a content moderation council with a range of perspectives.
In his own words, “the council will convene any significant content determinations or account reinstatements.”