Why do credit/debit cards expire? | Musk's announcement that former US President Trump will be lifted by Twitter

Why do credit/debit cards expire?

 If you use a credit or debit card, you must be aware of the expiry date of this card. This date helps to protect against various types of risks from user identity verification. But if the card is expired, you cannot use it completely. That is why you should pay attention to the expiry date of your card.

Why do credit cards and debit cards expire?

In common parlance, the expiry date on a credit or debit card is not just a date but also a code that identifies the user. That is, if you go to a place and you are paying using your credit or debit card, you know that the card is yours from the date of your card.

It also provides an opportunity to update the EMV chip on the card. Replacing the cards every few years helps to ensure that the cards do not go beyond their working condition. And if the card is lost or stolen, the expiration date helps prevent unauthorized people from using the card.

That's why you have to be very careful about the expiry date of your card. You can contact your respective bank if it has expired or before it expires.

Musk's announcement that former US President Trump will be lifted by Twitter

 Elon Musk has announced that former US President Donald Trump will be unbanned on Twitter. Musk has justified his decision through a personal Twitter 'poll' (opinion survey).

Along with this, Trump's Twitter account (realDonaldTrump) and the tweets in it are fully visible again. Shortly after buying Twitter, Musk said he would not remove the ban on any account until a content moderation council with a "broad and diverse approach" was in place.

But instead, Musk conducted a poll on his personal account on Friday evening. "To restore former President Trump," he asked to choose a button for and against it. "Vox populi, vox dei," he said in a follow-up tweet, meaning in Latin, "the voice of the people is the voice of God."

The people have spoken.

Trump will be reinstated.

Vox Populi, Vox Dei. https://t.co/jmkhFuyfkv

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 20, 2022

In the poll, 52 percent said yes, while 48 percent voted no. It is not clear how many plants there were; Musk himself mentioned that the pole was attacked by bots.

In addition, Musk himself tried to get out of the process of buying Twitter saying that 20 percent of the accounts were fake and bots. Not only this, he mentioned that bots were responsible for the controversial poll results conducted by Musk on Russia and Ukraine.

According to Elon Musk, 134 million people viewed the poll, but only 15 million people participated in it. None of us know whether Musk has really decided to remove the ban on Trump through a Twitter poll or whether he had already made up his mind about it before that.

Before this, Musk sold 10 percent of Tesla's shares in November 2021 through a Twitter poll among his followers. At that time he wrote, "As the result will come, I will do accordingly."

Later, The Wall Street Journal revealed that Musk had taken the decision in accordance with the insider trading plan in September. Twitter banned him on January 8, 2021, amid concerns that Trump's role in the capital attack on January 6 could encourage more violent activities in the future.

At the time, Twitter said Trump's message violated its policy of not promoting or promoting violence. Since then, Trump's account on Twitter has been written suspended instead of tweets.

Along with the fraudulent process of buying Twitter, Musk said that he would restore Trump's account. "I don't think it was fair to ban Donald Trump," Musk said in May.

"I think that was wrong, because a large part of the country was complicit in it and as a result Trump had no voice. I think the answer to that now is to remove the ban on him."

However, it is not clear whether Trump has been invited back to Twitter. Why, after getting banned from Twitter, Trump launched his social network Truth Social.

Responding to Musk's tweet to return to Twitter, Trump said that he will remain in the Truth Social. "Twitter is getting too boring. They're being harsh on the good voices on Twitter."