Musk Decries Australian Court ‘Censorship’ of X Terror Posts | Business Matters Full Broadcast (April 23)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
April 23, 2024Business Matters
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Billions of dollars in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan advanced in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, as well as a potential ban on the social media app TikTok, measures for the transfer of seized Russian assets to Ukraine, and new sanctions on Iran.

Apple’s smartphone shipments in China tumbled 19 percent in the first quarter of the year, the worst performance since 2020, as the iPhone maker took a hit from Huawei’s new product launches in the premium segment, market data showed.

Elon Musk lashed out at Australia’s prime minister on Tuesday after a court ordered his social media company X to take down footage of an alleged terrorist attack in Sydney, and said the ruling meant any country could control “the entire internet.”

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