Elon Musk announces in a recent post on X, that he would be funding the legal cases of anybody who got into trouble with their employers for something they liked or posted on X.
Elon Musk pledges to pay the legal bills to anybody who got into complications at work for something they had liked or posted on X (formerly known as Twitter): noting that there would be no limit for the funds.
“If you were unfairly treated by your employer due to posting or liking something on this platform, we will fund your legal bill,” Musk said on X.
Back in October 2022, Musk finalized the acquisition of Twitter for $44 billion merging it with X Corp. Late last month changed Twitter’s logo from the blue and white bird logo to a black and white logo.
It was reported earlier last month that the number of monthly users on his social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, has reached a “new high” of 540 million.
This comes after the company recently introduced organizational changes aimed at boosting advertising revenues after they had dropped the month prior.
This also comes in light of heightened competition after Meta Platforms (META.O) launched a direct competing platform called Threads on July 5.