Elon Musk Threatens To Transfer NPR’s Twitter Handle To “Another Company”

Elon Musk the taunting continues npr And now allegedly threatening to transfer him Twitter Take over the “second company”;.

reporter Bobby Allen shared In a series of emails to the social media platform’s CEO, Musk suggested he might reassign his account to someone else.

“So should NPR start posting on Twitter again, or should we reassign @NPR to another company?” Musk asked in an e-mail sent to Allen.

NPR effectively quit twitter in april “Government-funded media” labels Musk “false and misleading” linked to his profile. musk will be remove label later from the Twitter pages of news outlets following the backlash.

“Our policy is to recycle handles that are definitely inactive,” Musk told NPR in another email. “Same policy applies to all accounts. No special treatment for NPR.”

Musk is currently going against a Twitter policy that bases inactivity on an account on the basis of not logging in and tweeting. NPR hasn’t tweeted since April 12, but may keep the account as long as they log in, based on the current terms of service.

“We encourage people to actively log in and use Twitter when registering an account. Be sure to log in at least every 30 days to keep your account active. Reason accounts may be permanently deleted,” reads Twitter’s inactive account policy,

When an NPR reporter asked who might have taken over the Twitter account, Musk replied, “National Pumpkin Radio.”