Fresh off his feud with a Brazilian Supreme Court judge, Elon Musk is taking his next fight to the very top of the government down under. The owner of X and self-proclaimed champion of free speech has refused to comply with an Australian order to remove videos of violence from his platform, a move that has solicited the ire of the Prime Minister. Just days after a knifeman killed six at a mall earlier this month, Australia was rocked by another stabbing incident in the suburbs of Sydney when, on April 15, a bishop and a priest were stabbed during a live-streamed sermon.

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    04/23/2024 - 1:00 pm | View Link
  • Australia’s prime minister calls Elon Musk an ‘arrogant billionaire’
    Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese lashed out at tech mogul Elon Musk on Tuesday, labeling him an “arrogant billionaire” over an ongoing dispute about whether videos from a church ...
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  • Australian PM calls Elon Musk an 'arrogant billionaire' after X owner says government wants to 'control the entire Internet' over stabbing videos
    Australia's prime minister said Elon Musk is an "arrogant billionaire who thinks he is ... "Don't take my word for it, just ask the Australian PM!" he wrote. If X doesn't comply with eSafety's ...
    04/23/2024 - 4:03 am | View Link
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