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Elon Musk’s X loses bid to block California’s content moderation law | Social Media News

U.S. District Judge William Shubb says the legislation’s disclosure rules are not “unwarranted or unduly burdensome.”

Elon Musk’s X has lost an attempt to block a California law that requires social media companies to publicly reveal how they moderate content on their platforms.

X sued the state of California in September, arguing that the legislation, the first of its kind, violated free speech protections under the United States Constitution.

Under measures signed into law last year by California Gov. Gavin Newsom, social media companies are required to submit semiannual reports on how they combat hate speech, misinformation and other objectionable content.

U.S. District Judge William Shubb on Thursday denied

X’s trial argued that the law “obliges companies to express themselves against their will”, “interferes in an unacceptable manner” with the editorial judgment of a company and puts pressure on businesses so that they abolish “speeches protected by the Constitution.

X, formerly Twitter, has seen an exodus of advertisers, including Apple, Disney, IBM and Lions Gate Entertainment, amid controversy over levels of hate speech and misinformation on the platform and Elon’s own statements Musk.

The social media platform is also under scrutiny by the European Union, which has opened an investigation into the company for alleged violations of the Digital Services Act (DSA) related to content about the Hamas attacks on Israel on October 7 .

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