Is Elon Musk refusing to obey E-safety rules?

At a last minute hearing of the Federal Court, X, formerly known as Twitter, was ordered to temporarily hide posts showing video of the incident. 

Musk has since Tweeted, do you still call it that? Multiple times criticising the e-safety commissioner saying Our concern is that if ANY country is allowed to censor content for ALL countries, which is what the Australian “eSafety Commissar” is demanding, then what is to stop any country from controlling the entire Internet?

This has led to many Aussie politicians firing back, even the PM has labelled Musk “arrogant” and has led to renewed focus on Labors draft misinformation bill, which initially didn’t have opposition support, but Peter Dutton has very much changed his tune on this in the last few days. 

 Senior research associate in media and communications at the University of Sydney Dr. Rob Nicholls joins The Daily host Nelson Scott to discuss more 

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