Elon Musk’s X will pay for the legal fees of those who have been “unfairly treated” as a result of platform posts.

According to Elon Musk, the X social media network would pay the legal fees of users who have experienced unjust treatment from employers as a result of posting or liking something on the website formerly known as Twitter.

In a post on X, Musk stated, “If you have been mistreated by your employer because of publishing or liking anything on this platform, we will pay your legal bill,” adding that the funding of the bills would have no restrictions.

According to Reuters, Elon Musk stated in July that the number of monthly X users had achieved a “new high” and posted a graph displaying the most recent figure of over 540 million.

The numbers were released while the business underwent organizational changes and sought to increase declining advertising revenue.

In July, billionaire Musk relaunched Twitter as X and revealed a new logo after 17 years with an iconic blue bird emblem that came to represent the dissemination of ideas to the world.

Musk had earlier in July claimed that the platform’s negative cash flow was due to a nearly 50% decline in advertising revenue as well as a high debt load. In June, it was anticipated that advertising revenue would increase. This did not happen.

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