Musk offers funds to users who got in trouble over X posts
12 August 2023 | 12:15 pm
After renaming Twitter, the X owner has promised to "fund [the] legal bill" of users who were treated unfairly by their employers over their posts. Musk also promised to stream his cage fight with Meta's Mark Zuckerberg.
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Twitter owner Elon Musk announced new restrictions for verified and unverified users in a bid to address "data scraping & system manipulation."
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A giant, glowing X marks the San Francisco spot where Elon Musk says he plans to keep his company, the messaging platform X, formerly known as Twitter. But city officials and some residents are unhappy with the display.
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