New Delhi, January 22: Elon Musk-run X on Monday said it has fixed a bug that caused the platform to incorrectly label numerous posts as ‘Sensitive Media’. According to the company, the vulnerability in its system flagged several genuine accounts. “A bug in our system caused X to incorrectly label numerous posts as Sensitive Media,” the company posted.

“We’ve fixed the underlying issue and are now working to remove labels from impacted posts, it added. Musk also said that an "X spam/scam bot accidentally flagged many legitimate accounts" which was being fixed by the company. A follower reacted, saying that Musk can also fix the problem with the porn bots. OpenAI Bans Bot Developer for Mimicking US Democratic Presidential Hopeful Rep Dean Phillips.

“Porn accounts should be flagged and there should be some kind of system where as a user, you can have in your settings to allow/not allow these flagged accounts to follow, repost or comment on a post,” the follower posted.

Another user commented: “Community Notes has also been hijacked. Fix that as well”. Last October, the world’s richest man said that in order to tackle bots, new X users will need to pay $1 per year to post on the platform, although they can read other posts for free. The company rolled out the test of this new programme in New Zealand and the Philippines, before it launches it globally. Social Media Use Is Associated With Risk for People With Highly Materialistic Mindset, Can Increase Stress and Unhappiness in Them by Scrolling Down Other’s Post: Report.

X will require new users in New Zealand and the Philippines to pay $1 to create accounts. “Read for free, but $1/year to write. It's the only way to fight bots without blocking real users,” Musk had posted. “This won't stop bots completely, but it will be 1000X harder to manipulate the platform,” he added.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jan 22, 2024 10:32 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website