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Free Speech on Elon Musk's Twitter

Much has changed inside the platform once known for "microblogging" now that it's owned by the second-richest person in the world. The billionaire once claimed he wanted to make Twitter a haven for free speech, but in recent days, he's suspended accounts belonging to critics, including journalists. What does it mean for those who continue to use the app?

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Free Speech on Elon Musk's Twitter
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