Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter/X, to discuss artificial intelligence and combatting anti-Semitism within the bounds of the First Amendment. While initial reports suggested the meeting would primarily focus on anti-Semitism, Musk emphasized the importance of discussing AI, where Israel aims to play a significant role.

During the conversation, Netanyahu expressed his hope that Musk could use the First Amendment’s constraints to address anti-Semitism on Twitter/X. In response, Musk asserted his stance against attacking any group and his opposition to anti-Semitism and any form of hate or conflict promotion.

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The context here is significant, as the Biden White House has previously introduced the “National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism,” developed in collaboration with pro-Israel groups such as the Anti-Defamation League. This strategy calls for online platforms to ban extremist websites and hate speech and to implement zero-tolerance policies to protect Jewish individuals from anti-Semitism. However, there is debate about how these measures align with the First Amendment, which does not explicitly endorse banning criticism of certain groups or hate speech.

In a related development, Twitter/X recently partnered with an Israeli digital ID company to offer premium users the option to verify their identity through selfies and government IDs. Furthermore, X CEO Linda Yaccarino has committed to expanding X’s censorship policies, including the removal of multiple accounts, in a bid to satisfy the Center for Countering Digital Hate, a group X is actively suing for defamation.