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.
Elon Musk sues disinformation researchers, claiming they are driving away advertisers
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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FACEBOOK HAS A CASE OF THE YIPS
Powerline–I know that Facebook is having a bad week, between the faceplant of an outage on Monday, and then the testimony in the Senate by a “whistleblower” (who appears to be a leftist plant, so conservatives ought to be careful before jumping on that bandwagon), but this afternoon Facebook turned in an inexplicable performance.
I saw several entries that showed this image as being concealed as “sensitive content” because it potentially upset people and therefore came close to the line of FB’s “community standards”:
Mr. Android, Mark “Data” Zuckerberg, kicked his old dog “Mop” to the curb and got him a new one he named “Byte”.