Yup, Elon Musk definitely endorsed an antisemitic post on X, and now the platform he owns is in trouble.
You can now add Sony as the latest company that will no longer play nice with Elon Musk's mess of a social media platform X.
This news should surprise NO ONE. X (formerly known as Twitter) is a hot a** mess; users have bounced, and it is not bringing in any ad revenue.
Kanye West displayed anger at Elon Musk via a series of leaked texts via Ian Connor's IG page over Kim Kardashian.
Elon Musk continues to give people all the reasons to take their business and mess to Threads or any other social platform.
The EU has named Elon Musk and X as the biggest distributor of disinformation in a new report. The EU Commission's president issued a warning to the tech billionaire to combat Russian disinformation on Tuesday.
"I can't believe this app is free" is starting to look like a phrase that has run its course on X.
Elon Musk f*cked around and found out when sharing a classic Ice Cube meme on X.
X (formerly known as Twitter) queen, Dionne Warwick, is not to sure about the direction the platform is going in under Elon Musk's leadership.
Elon Musk has announced that X will not only allow political ads but is promising transparency and “robust screening processes.”
Elon Musk continues his masterclass in making X a terrible platform to use.
A group monitoring and researching hate speech online has received a letter from Twitter threatening to sue them after a recent report of theirs blaming the company for inaction. The Center for Countering Digital Hate claims that it got the letter on July 20th, accusing them of being biased and not providing research with supported data.