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Elon Musk proves hate speech is DOWN since his $44B takeover


Elon Musk has shared slides from his talk with Twitter workers saying hate speech is down since his $44billion takeover.

The slides, posted to on his Twitter page, show between October 17 and November 13 hate speech impressions are lower.

The CEO also reported new user signups were at an all time high, averaging over two million per day in the past week.

These new figures counter reports early last month which claimed an uptick in the amount of hateful language being tweeted in the wake of Musk taking the helm.

In the week beginning October 31, the first full week under Musk’s ownership, the Center for Countering Digital Hate claimed the use of racist, homophobic, transphobic and anti-Semitic slurs soared significantly after he took over on October 27.

It found 26,228 tweets and retweets mentioning the racist slur n****r, triple that of the 2022 average. 

Elon Musk has shared slides from his talk with Twitter workers saying that hate speech is down since his $44B takeover

Elon Musk has shared slides from his talk with Twitter workers saying that hate speech is down since his $44B takeover

The slides posted to Musk's twitter page show that between October 17 and November 13 hate speech impressions are lower



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