From free speech to paid speech the: implications of X’s pay to reply Radek Zielinski / Oct 10, 2023 X, the platform formerly known as Twitter and now under the direction of billionaire Elon Musk, has unveiled its latest controversial feature: allowing users to restrict replies to their posts only from verified accounts. As … Continue reading From free speech to paid speech the: implications of X’s pay to reply
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