It has been little over 50 days since Elon Musk hauled a sink into Twitter HQ for his first day as the platform’s owner, and in that time, many changes have been made, including personnel reductions, the release of formerly confidential records, and more.
Twitter After Elon
The paid verification plan, which allows users to digitally cosplay as celebrities within the app for $8 per month, was his first significant move. The platform has restored the accounts of approximately 60,000 users who were banned for rule violations. According to Twitter’s new guidelines, users cannot broadcast their current whereabouts in any fashion, whether through the platform itself or by linking to external resources that detail their journeys.
Facebook, Instagram, Mastodon, Truth Social, Tribel, Nostr, and Post were all removed as linkable social networks on Twitter as of Sunday.