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Elon Musk Says Twitter Will Pay Legal Fees For People Canceled For Likes, Posts

In a tweet on Saturday, Elon Musk announced that Twitter will pay legal fees to people who have been mistreated by their employers for engaging with content on the platform.

NASCAR driver Noah Gregson recently took to Twitter to talk about cancellation culture. pause Richard Hanania, a meme lover and director of the Center for Partisanship and Ideology Studies, is under fire for past remarks on race report By Huffington Post.Musk announced It told Twitter users that there are “no limits” to legal claims from people who have been “wrongfully treated” by their employers for posting or “liking” content on Twitter. (Related article: ‘You just lied’: Elon Musk puts pressure on BBC journalist who says hateful content is on the rise on Twitter)

“If you are mistreated by your employer for posting or liking anything on this platform, we will cover the legal costs. No limit. Please let us know,” Musk tweeted.

Bloomtech CEO Austin Allred: “Elon understands that nothing changes U.S. behavior faster than the threat of legal action.” Said In response to Mr. Musk’s tweet.

“We’re not just going to file a lawsuit. It’s going to be very large and we’re going to go after the boards of both companies,” Musk responded.

Musk has previously described himself as a “free speech absolutist,” but has also said that “there is a big difference between free speech and free reach.”

“We’ll get back to you shortly,” a Twitter press email replied to the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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