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Elon Musk’s X Corp Sues Center for Countering Digital Hate Over Alleged ‘Scare Campaign’

Elon Musk’s X Corp has sued a digital watchdog group that claimed he allowed hate speech to flourish on X, formerly Twitter.

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X Corp, founded by tech mogul Elon Musk, has filed a lawsuit against the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), a nonprofit organization known for its research on hate speech and disinformation. The lawsuit alleges that CCDH engaged in a “scare campaign” to drive away advertisers from X Corp’s platform.

X Corp, formerly known as Twitter, claims that CCDH violated its terms of service and intentionally spread misleading and false information about the company, with the aim of harming its reputation and deterring potential advertisers. The lawsuit seeks damages and an injunction to prevent CCDH from making further false claims.

CCDH has been a vocal critic of social media platforms’ handling of hate speech and misinformation. The organization conducts research and publishes reports on online extremism and disinformation campaigns. However, X Corp contends that CCDH’s research has crossed the line into defamation and interference with its business operations.

The lawsuit asserts that CCDH’s actions were part of a deliberate effort to manipulate public opinion and damage X Corp’s revenue stream. X Corp claims that the nonprofit organization scraped data from its platform without permission, further exacerbating the alleged misconduct. The company argues that CCDH’s research was not conducted objectively but rather with a biased agenda against X Corp.

CCDH has responded to the lawsuit, stating that it stands by its research and rejects the allegations made by X Corp. The nonprofit organization maintains that its work is aimed at holding social media platforms accountable for their role in promoting hate speech and disinformation.

This lawsuit underscores the ongoing tension between social media companies and organizations advocating for stricter regulation and accountability. It raises important questions about the boundaries of free speech, the responsibility of tech platforms in curbing hate speech, and the limits of research organizations’ impact on business practices.

As the legal battle unfolds, it is expected to shed light on the extent to which social media platforms can be held accountable for the content shared on their platforms. The outcome of this lawsuit may have significant implications for the future regulation and oversight of online platforms, as well as the role of research organizations in shaping public opinion on digital hate.

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Analise Morrow
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Analise is a conservative from the United States who writes under a pseudonym to keep the radical left at bay.



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    not sure

    August 2, 2023 at 3:13 pm

    You should never use words like ‘digital hate’ and ‘hate speech’ outside of quotation marks.

    You’re using the enemy’s language and throwing it back at me.

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    Jack Tripper

    August 4, 2023 at 9:42 am

    He should focus on the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and take them down. They are a far Leftwing hate group who ironically go around and label anyone who doesn’t agree with them as hate groups.

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