India’s government is forcing X to censor accounts via executive order amid the farmers’ protest

X, formerly Twitter, is once again restricting content in India. The company's Global Government Affairs account announced that the The Indian government had issued an order requiring X to withhold specific accounts and posts or face sanctions including “significant fines and imprisonment.” X further stated that he did not agree with the order and was … Read more

Court orders Elon Musk to testify in the SEC’s investigation of his Twitter takeover

As part of monitoring a A federal judge has ordered Elon Musk to comply with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) subpoena and testify again as part of its investigation into his takeover of Twitter, reports. Under the order filed Saturday evening in a California court, Musk and the SEC now have one week … Read more

X will host a new ‘WWE Speed’ weekly series starting in the spring

WWE has been shaking up its streaming platforms recently, with the latest development coming via a partnership with X, formerly known as Twitter. The two have signed a two-year deal for a new weekly series called WWE Speed, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show will be exclusive to X and will feature timed matches … Read more

X plans to hire 100 content moderators to fill new Trust and Safety center in Austin

Joe Benarroch, X's head of business operations, said the company plans to open a new office in Austin, Texas, for a team that will focus on content moderation. reports. The “Trust and Safety Center of Excellence,” for which the company plans to hire 100 full-time employees, will focus primarily on stopping the spread of child … Read more

X confirms it blocked Taylor Swift searches to ‘prioritize safety’

X has confirmed that it is blocking users from searching for Taylor Swift's name after pornographic deepfakes of the artist began circulating on the platform this week. Visitors to the site began noticing Saturday that some searches containing Swift's name were only returning an error message. In a statement to Wall Street Journal On Saturday … Read more