Kathy Griffin is the latest celebrity to take over Twitter after Elon Musk suspended the comedian’s account on Sunday.
Griffin, 62, changed his profile name to Musk, and was immediately banned from the social media site.
Despite his hand showing his own name @kathygriffin, the moniker through the blue sign said “Elon Musk” – which is against the company’s policy against plagiarism.
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The founder of SpaceX showed that he takes his “Chief Tweet” job very seriously as he addressed the fake account a few weeks after acquiring Twitter for $ 44 billion following months of legal disputes.
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“Going forward, any Twitter handle that engages in imitations that are not clearly defined as ‘parody’ will be permanently suspended,” he wrote on Sunday night.
“In the past, we gave a warning before the suspension, but now we are issuing a full confirmation, there will be no warning. This will be clearly identified as a condition for joining the Twitter Blue.”
Musk creates something Subscription service $8 per month where every Twitter user can get a blue check mark.
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The simple blue badge was once used to verify the accounts of governments, celebrities, politicians, journalists and other investigative staff.
“Any name change at all will result in temporary loss of verified check marks,” he added in a series of tweets.
The amendment was made in an effort to compensate the company. Of Twitter’s nearly 237 million users, less than 450,000 accounts currently have a blue check mark.
A class-action lawsuit A lawsuit was filed against the company by workers who said the layoffs violated a federal law requiring 60 days notice for workers, also known as the Work Reform and Notice Recovery Act.
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