Social media platform X (formerly Twitter) is taking the legal bull by the horns, in defense of its free speech policies.
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Something's gotta give. New EU regulations giving authorities unprecedented political control to decide what’s “misinformation” and “disinformation,” is now at loggerheads with several major American social media platforms.
Elon Musk, the Tesla billionaire who has irked the mainstream news media for taking a pragmatic stance on Ukraine, may have prevented WWIII by cutting off Kyiv from accessing his Starlink internet over Crimea—and preventing a major escalation.
Elon Musk, the tech billionaire who fell out of favor in the mainstream media after coming out in support of free speech, has faced increased scrutiny from governments and believes he could be targeted for assassination.
Multiple damaging revelations have already resulted from testimony compelled from government officials in what’s becoming a landmark federal case.
Do Google and Apple, facing less than spectacular numbers from recent product rollouts, and cutting back workforces in the face of a protracted tech led economic downturn, really want new competition from Elon Musk?
Elon Musk, the Tesla billionaire who officially acquired Twitter last week, has been targeted by corporate media Presstitutes for committing the mortal sin of thinking for himself and questioning the accepted narrative.
This past week was the best of times, and worst of times, for two of the most influential social media companies.
He is the richest man in the world. So when Elon Musk tweets a prediction about when the current recession (yes, we are in a recession) will end, it makes news.
Well, at least it will cost less than a car.
Elon Musk previewed a humanoid robot at Tesla’s second annual “AI Day” last week, and said the company intends to bring it to market within three to five years.