Twitter rejects most copyright takedown requests
Congress demands answers over Twitter’s copyright policies
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Things just don’t seem to be going so well for Twitter these days.
Since Elon Musk bought the company in October 2022 for $44 billion, both the social media platform and its new owner have been plagued by controversy and chaos.
Following his acquisition, the self-described ‘free speech absolutist’ embarked upon major reforms of the site, which have proven rather unpopular. In a bid to cut costs, Musk laid off half of Twitter’s 7,500 employees. A further 25% have since resigned.
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