Elon Musk says he’ll pay the legal fees of anyone who’s been “unfairly treated” by their employer for posting on Twitter, according to a tweet sent late Saturday. Is that the only problem? The billionaire owner of the site hasn’t made clear how people should reach out, let alone define what “unfairly treated” might mean.
“If you were unfairly treated by your employer due to posting or liking something on this platform, we will fund your legal bill. No limit. Please let us know,” Musk tweeted on Saturday night.
Twitter’s management, now known technically as X, after Musk switched the name, is a source of constant controversy since Musk acquired the website for $44 billion in October 20,22.
Twitter has not responded to the questions that were emailed on Saturday night. I’ll update this post if I hear back.
The story is in progress and will be regularly updated.
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