After weeks of tenuous back-and-forth, Tesla CEO Elon Musk finally completed his purchase of the social media behemoth, Twitter, in late October—raising alarm bells about reduced content filtration, spikes in hate speech, and a dangerous right-wing spillover onto the platform, as per Musk’s advocacy for a more lenient moderation policy.

Twitter’s legal community is no stranger to these concerns.

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