Elon Musk, the owner of social media platform X Corp, has blamed the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for a fall in US advertising revenue on the platform.

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Musk said that ad sales are still down 60% “primarily due to pressure on advertisers" mounted by the ADL.

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The ADL has denied these accusations, saying that it is simply trying to protect people from hate speech.

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Musk has said that he is "pro free speech" but against anti-Semitism of any kind.

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Last week, X Corp. said that it will allow political advertising in the US from candidates and political parties.

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The move could help the platform increase its revenue at a time when many advertisers have fled or reduced spending on the platform.

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X Corp. would create a global advertising transparency center to allow users to see what political ads were being promoted on its platform.

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It would also continue to prohibit political ads that spread false information or seek to undermine public confidence in an election.

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