Elon Musk Takes a Dig at Paris Hilton's New Ad Following Suspension of X Deal by Her Firm
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While the collaboration between X and 11:11 Media was initially heralded as a broad partnership, Musk took aim at Hilton's newly launched line of pink cookware amidst the controversy.
After Musk's Critique of Big Brands, X Aims Advertising Efforts Towards SMBs
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According to a report by The Financial Times, X is looking to emphasize its engagement with SMBs, recognizing them as a significant engine that has been underplayed in the past.
Musk's Blunt Message to Advertisers: 'Go F*** Yourself'; Issues Apology for Anti-Semitic Tweet
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When pressed about his stance, Musk was clear. "If somebody's going to try to blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money? Go f*** yourself," he asserted, waving casually to Disney CEO Bob Iger among the audience.
Report Says Misinformation Super-Spreaders on Platform X Sharing Ad Revenue
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These users, part of X's advertising revenue sharing program for creators, have generated a collective 92 million views for posts containing misinformation about the conflict.
Musk Confirms X Will Showcase News Headlines on Platform Once More
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In his X post, Musk revealed that the headlines will make a comeback alongside news articles in an upcoming update.
Musk Initiates Lawsuit Against Media Matters as Corporate Advertisers Pause Campaigns
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Media Matters' report suggested that as Elon Musk delves into white nationalist and antisemitic theories, X's social media platform has been displaying ads for significant brands alongside content supportive of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party, leading to the advertising pause from prominent companies.
Following Musk's Antisemitic Posts, Apple and Other Major Firms Withdraw Ads from X
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Media outlets revealed that Disney, Warner Bros, Discovery, Paramount, and Comcast/NBCUniversal have also paused their advertisements on X.
X Corp Enforces Ban on Over 2 Lakh Accounts for Policy Violations in India during October
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During the same reporting period, X took action against 2,755 accounts found to be promoting terrorism.
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