A Test for Elon Musk's Content Moderation Policy Declined by the court

This week, a federal judge ruled that Elon Musk's X, the former Twitter,  

will probably have to abide by a California law requiring the social media giant to provide the methods ,

it uses to filter information on the network.Assembly Bill 587 was passed into law by California  ,

Governor Gavin Newsom (D) over a year ago with the intention of reducing hate speech and disinformation on the internet. 

Starting on January 1, 2024, social media businesses with gross sales of above $100 million will have to submit their first content moderation reports to the state,  

covering the third quarter of 2023. Companies found to have neglected to make reasonable attempts to filter  ,

certain kinds of offensive content are not subject to fines under the law. Penalties, however,  

could be applied if the transparency reports are not submitted in compliance with the legislation. 

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