Musk reinstated three Twitter accounts that had been banned but has yet to make a decision on Trump

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The new owner of the social network also said that “the new policy is freedom of expression but not freedom of scope. Negative or hateful tweets will be demonetized”

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Musk reinstated three banned Twitter accounts but has yet to make a decision on Trump

Comedian Kathy Griffin (REUTERS/Danny Moloshok)

Twitter Owner Elon Musk, said Friday it had reinstated certain banned accounts on its site, but said no decision had been made on welcoming former US President Donald Trump. >

Musk tweeted that the accounts of comedian Kathy Griffin, psychologist Jordan Peterson and the conservative spoof site Babylon Bee “have been reinstated”, but that the “decision on Trump has not yet been made”.

Trump was expelled from the platform shortly after the assault by his supporters on the Capitol, on January 6, 2021, with a view to preventing the electoral certification of his Democratic rival Joe Biden.

Musk reinstated three Twitter accounts that had been banned but still hasn't made a decision on Trump

Jordan Peterson < h2 class="header">Musk asked Twitter software engineers to report to the office

Elon Musk sent an email to Twitter staff on Friday asking that any employee who develop software codereport to the 10th floor of the company's San Francisco office at 2:00 p.m. local time, according to the memo reviewed by the Reuters agency.

“ There will be brief technical interviews that will allow me to better understand the technological operation of Twitter,” Musk wrote in the email.

The billionaire said: “I would appreciate it if you would travel to San Francisco for a meeting at person,” adding that he would be at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco until midnight and return Saturday morning.

Musk ordered employees to email him a summary of what your software code has “achieved” in the last six months, “along with up to 10 screenshots of the most prominent lines of code.”

He added that he would try to talk to remote employees via video. Musk also said that only people who cannot physically reach the company headquarters or have a family emergency would be excused.

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