Elon Musk said that its social platform X would not comply with DMCA takedowns by CNN during the Presidential debate. A user on X 'Tim Pool (@Timecast) posted if the live documentary and fact-checking shows for the CNN debates were to be taken down if CNN filed a DMCA or if it would default to fair use and handle this matter externally. This post was made in response to the user's own previous post, which read - "CNN is now threatening any social channels that provide commentary on the debate, stating they will now allow the use outside of CNN". X platform owner Elon Musk replied to this post: "The public has a right to see Presidential debates however they would like. DMCA does not apply." Julian Assange To Be Back on X? Here's What Elon Musk Replied to User's Question on Reactivation of Wikileaks Founder's Account.

Elon Musk Says X Will Not Comply with DMCA Takedown by CNN:

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