New Delhi. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Company and the new owner of Twitter, has been in the news continuously since the completion of the Twitter deal. From firing company employees to the decision to take paid subscriptions on Twitter, Musk has taken several major decisions in the past few days. In this sequence, Elon Musk issued some new rules of Twitter. He has tweeted saying that these rules will evolve with time.
However, the thing to note here is that these rules of Twitter are largely the same old ones. A new rule has been added to this that misleading or misleading IDs will be blocked without any notice. Through this new rule, individuals, groups, or organizations have been advised not to use false identities to mislead, mislead or deceive. It has also been said, ‘Do not use a fake identity in a way that disrupts the experience of others on Twitter.’
Musk had earlier tweeted on Sunday as well, saying, “Previously, we issued a warning prior to the suspension, but now that we begin extensive verification, there will be no warnings.”
Along with this, he had also said by tweeting that changing the name of the account will 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 masquerade as someone else’s, 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 this, some celebrities reacted to this decision by changing their name to Musk on the micro-blogging site. In view of this, Musk warned of suspending the account.