DEMI by changing the image, Elon Musk finally chose to change Twitter to X. By changing Twitter to X, the official Twitter account also changed to X.
The problem is that this @X account has already been owned by another user. So what happened to these users? One thing that has just been revealed is the forced effort Elon Musk and Twitter made when they took over the Twitter account of a photographer from San Francisco, USA, Gene X Hwang.
The Telegraph claimed that Gene X Hwang actually created an @X Twitter account in 2007. At the time, he used the letter X because it matched his middle name.
He never initially encountered a problem with the Twitter account. Everything changed when Elon Musk decided to change the name and brand of Twitter to X.
Automatically there are several changes that need to be made by Elon Musk for the name and brand change. Some of them are changing their Twitter domain, changing their logo, installing a new logo at their headquarters, and changing their new official Twitter account.
In the past, Twitter had an official @Twitter account. That account should then be replaced with @X. Well, this is where the problem begins. Suddenly Gene X Hwang received an email from Twitter. The email informed him that he could no longer use the @X Twitter account that he created in 2007.
Sure enough, Gene X Hwang couldn’t log into his @X Twitter account. Now ownership of the account is in the hands of Elon Musk and Twitter. “They sent email notifications but never contacted me directly,” Gene X Hwang said.
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