X Corp. CEO Linda Yaccarino is facing a torrent of criticism for claiming the company is fighting anti-Semitism, days after owner Elon Musk said , he plans to sue X Corp. Anti-Defamation League.

Yacarino posted a link to a blog post titled “Our continued commitment to combating anti-Semitism on X” on the social media platform formerly known as Twitter. Users responded by accusing her of appearing to ignore her boss’ behavior, with some adding that their reported interactions with hate speech were ignored.

The former NBCUniversal executive, whom Musk hired in May, released the statement and revised it three times on Friday night, when many Jews are celebrating the Sabbath. There were some variations of the post beginning with, “As you know,” but that has been removed in the latest version.

Musk blame The ADL, a nonprofit that aims to combat Jew hatred, said on Monday that the company’s advertising revenue had dropped by 60% in the United States as reports of harmful content on the platform have surged since Musk took over. . Musk said this week that he “supports free speech” but opposes “anti-Semitism of any kind.”

activities of daily living responded He said Musk was engaging in a “dangerous and deeply irresponsible” campaign by engaging with anti-Semites.The organization released an audit report in March, which said anti-semitic incidents In 2022, U.S. GDP grew by 36%, the highest rate since ADL began tracking in 1979.

Earlier this week, Musk also filed a lawsuit seeking to block a California law that would Exposing the Sources of Hate Speech and information, which requires social media platforms to detail how they moderate content.


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