Musk vows to pay legal costs for users who get in trouble at work for their tweets
NPR–Elon Musk said X, formerly known as Twitter, will cover the legal costs of anyone who gets in trouble with their boss for their activity on his social media platform.
“If you were unfairly treated by your employer due to posting or liking something on this platform, we will fund your legal bill,” Musk wrote Saturday on X.
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The tech billionaire further promised there was “no limit” on the amount the company would be willing to pay — despite plunging advertising revenue and a growing threat to X from Meta’s newly unveiled Twitter-like platform, Threads.
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Musk’s inner circle worked through weekend to cement Twitter layoff plans
Washington Post — Members of billionaire Elon Musk’s inner circle huddled with Twitter’s remaining senior executives throughout the weekend, conducting detailed discussions regarding the site’s approach to content moderation and spam, as well as plans to lay off 25 percent of the workforce to start.
Alex Spiro, a well-known celebrity lawyer who has represented Musk for several years, led those conversations. Spiro is taking an active role in managing several teams at Twitter, including legal, government relations, policy and marketing, according to four people familiar with the discussions who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe them, as well as tweets from some of the people involved.
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