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Elon Musk Pleads With Advertisers To Return X Amid Controversies, Pledges Commitment to Child Safety

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In a move, X, owned by Elon Musk, formerly Twitter, is reaching out to advertisers, emphasizing a commitment to child safety.

CEO Linda Yaccarino’s plea follows Musk’s dismissal of advertiser concerns, aiming to distinguish X from other platforms amidst impending regulations.

The appeal, post-congressional hearing on online safety, supports proposed bills by US lawmakers.

Despite challenges in content moderation, X is determined to reshape its image and regain advertiser trust after major companies, including Walmart, distanced themselves.

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Yaccarino’s efforts acknowledge the critical role of advertisers in X’s revenue stream, highlighting a focus on child safety and legislative alignment.

As X navigates this pivotal moment, the outcome remains uncertain, determining its trajectory in rebuilding relationships and securing vital advertising partnerships.

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