Musk: Every Week, Lists of Real Hate Speech Will Be Made Public

As a direct consequence of Elon Musk's attempts to restore free speech on Twitter, corporate media have criticised his actions. These initiatives have been met with favourable results.

Musk recently said in a tweet that the firm would soon begin posting lists of material that it judges to be "hate speech" in an attempt to suppress the expression of such beliefs. Musk's announcement was made in an effort to get the corporation to take action.

He has said that discourse that incites hate should be handled in a different way than political rhetoric should be handled. The left is opposed to the implementation of measures that would place greater constraints on the overt censoring that happens on the site because they believe these policies would violate free speech.

By advocating for the removal of censorship, certain members of the media have in the past suggested that Elon Musk encourages the spread of discourse that promotes hate.

Musk claims that moving future, a list of the categories of expression that are restricted due to hatred will be made public once every seven days.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Oann.

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