Musk threatens to boot impersonators from Twitter accounts | nation

BOSTON (AP) — Elon Musk tweeted Sunday that Twitter will permanently ban any account impersonating someone else on the social media platform.

The platform’s new owner issued the warning after some celebrities changed their Twitter display names – not their account names – to tweet as “Elon Musk” in response to the billionaire’s decision to offer all comers verified accounts for 8 months, as he is also a large part of the workforce.

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