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Netanyahu talks to Elon Musk in California about antisemitism on X and artificial intelligence

The Israeli leader told the tech businessman he hopes that within the confines of the First Amendment he can find a way to clamp down on antisemitism and other forms of hatred on his social media platform.


Elon Musk’s social media site X sues California over the state’s content moderation law

The California law requires social media companies to publish their policies for removing offending material such as hate speech, misinformation, and harassment.


Elon Musk now is requiring users of X to pay for access to TweetDeck

The company formerly known as Twitter has revoked free access to TweetDeck, a tool for power users used primarily by journalists, and is now directing users to a sales page for X Premium.


Agence France-Presse pursues copyright case against X, formerly known as Twitter

News companies pushed for the EU copyright reform amid worries that quality journalism is declining as ad revenue gets siphoned off by the digital giants.


Brightly flashing ‘X’ sign removed from the San Francisco building that was Twitter’s headquarters

The San Francisco Department of Building Inspection said it received 24 complaints about the unpermitted structure over the weekend.


Twitter threatens legal action against nonprofit that tracks hate speech

X Corp. accused the Center for Countering Digital Hate of making “a series of troubling and baseless claims that appear calculated to harm Twitter generally, and its digital advertising business specifically” and threatening to sue.


Elon Musk reveals new ‘X’ logo to replace Twitter’s blue bird

The X started appearing on the top of the desktop version of Twitter on Monday, but the bird was still dominant across the phone app.


Musk says Twitter is losing cash because advertising is down and the company is carrying heavy debt

In a reply to a tweet offering business advice, Musk tweeted Saturday, “We’re still negative cash flow, due to (about a) 50% drop in advertising revenue plus heavy debt load.”