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Musk vs Australia’s ‘you can’t say that’ surveillance state

6 April 2024

4:06 PM

6 April 2024

4:06 PM

Australia’s Labor/Green ‘you can’t say that’ surveillance state is being challenged by Elon Musk in a lawsuit over bureaucratic bullying.

Musk’s team will challenge Labor e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant’s demand to remove a post featuring a Daily Mail article.

The original tweet linked concerns about an LGBTQ+ activist with an overall critique of transgenderism.

Quipping that the inmates are running the asylum was apparently a step too far.

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