Elon Musk picks public fight with Apple

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STORY: Twitter owner Elon Musk accused Apple in a series of tweets on Monday of threatening to ban Twitter from its App Store without giving a reason.
The richest person in the world also tweeted (quote): "Apple has largely stopped advertising on Twitter. Do you hate free speech in America?”
Musk tagged Apple CEO Tim Cook in another tweet asking, "What's going on here?"
Musk said the iPhone maker is pressuring Twitter, which has restored previously suspended accounts, over content moderation requirements.
Such an action wouldn't be uncommon...as Apple has routinely enforced its rules, which has resulted in conservatively-leaning apps like Gab and Parler being removed from its app store.
However, Apple did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
According to ad analytics firm Pathmatics, Apple has significantly reduced its weekly advertising on Twitter since Musk signed the deal for the social media platform.
Since the takeover there has been a pattern. A growing list of companies have halted or paused advertising on Twitter, which relies on ad sales for about 90 percent of its revenue.
Musk, a self-proclaimed freedom of speech absolutist, said earlier this month that Twitter had seen a "massive" drop in revenue and accused activist groups of pressuring advertisers.
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