Twitter has removed the tweets that announced the policy prohibiting people from posting handles and links to other social networks.
The policy page that stated these guidelines has likewise been quietly removed by the organization, reported TechCrunch.
Meanwhile, the Twitter Safety account launched a poll asking users if the company should establish a policy prohibiting accounts from solely promoting other social networks.
Twitter chief Elon Musk said the policy would be changed to only suspend accounts that only promotes Twitter’s competitors.
“Policy will be adjusted to suspending accounts only when that account’s *primary* purpose is promotion of competitors, which essentially falls under the no spam rule,” tweeted Musk.
The list of other social networks that Twitter previously decided to ban linking included Facebook, Instagram, Mastodon, Truth Social, Tribel, Nostr, and Post as well as Linktree and Lnk.Bio.