It poses new uncertainty for advertisers, who have fled X, formerly Twitter, over concerns about hate speech appearing alongside their ads.
Advertisers have been fleeing the site formerly known as Twitter over concerns about their ads showing up next to pro-Nazi content and hate speech on the platform.
Musk has faced accusations of tolerating antisemitic messages on X, and the content on the platform has gained increased scrutiny since the war between Israel and Hamas began.
Elon Musk’s social media platform formerly known as Twitter has sued the state of California over a law requiring social media companies to publish their policies for removing offending material such as hate speech, misinformation and harassment.
There is no question that ProPublica's story on billionaires' income taxes drew a lot of attention. But could they get in trouble for publishing it?
On December 6th, a jury in Los Angeles found that Tesla and Space X CEO Elon Musk had not defamed a British cave explorer when Musk called him a “pedo guy” on Twitter. Vernon Unsworth sued Musk in July 2018 after the two publicly disagreed about the rescue attempts for a soccer team who was trapped in a cave system in Thailand.
A federal judge in California ruled that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has to go on trial for calling a British cave explorer a "pedophile" and "child rapist,” despite numerous attempts by the tech entrepreneur to have the case dismissed.