Former head of trust and safety at Twitter, Yoel Roth, has warned that Elon Musk's platform X is on a collision course with the European Union's Digital Services Act (DSA). The DSA carries penalties of up to 6% of global annual turnover for confirmed breaches of the online governance regime. Roth cited X's withdrawal from the EU's Code of Practice on Disinformation and recent remarks by commissioner Vera Jourova as indications of an inevitable clash with EU regulators. The platform risks losing access to the EU market if it fails to comply with the DSA's rules on disinformation and election security.
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