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Australian judge lifts ban on Musk’s X showing video of Sydney church stabbing

A bid by Australia’s online watchdog to impose a ban on dozens of violent X posts stumbled on Monday when a top judge ruled in favour of the social media firm.

Federal Court Justice Geoffrey Kennett refused to extend a temporary order to take down posts that show the stabbing of a Sydney priest in April, pending further legal action.

“The orders of the court will be that the application to extend the interlocutory injunction … is refused,” Kennett said, without immediately giving the reasons for his decision.

Australia’s eSafety Commissioner wants Elon Musk’s company to take down about 65 video and audio clips of an April 15 non-fatal stabbing that was live-streamed.

The site, formerly known as Twitter, has agreed to geoblock the posts, theoretically preventing them from being seen by users in Australia.

But the eSafety Commission has said that does not go far enough.

It has called for X to remove the posts globally, saying they are still easily viewed in Australia through the use of virtual private networks that mask a user’s location.

Unlike other social media companies, X has refused, claiming the issue was one of free speech.

“Only X resisted censoring your voice” Musk posted to followers.

The posts show Assyrian orthodox Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel being stabbed about six times during a live-streamed sermon.

A 16-year-old has been charged with “committing a terrorist act” in relation to the attack, which is said to have been religiously motivated.

The attack sparked a riot outside the church, as panicked relatives of those inside sought vigilante justice.

Emmanuel has an online following of almost 200,000, galvanising them by his criticism of Covid-19 vaccines, lockdowns and Islam.

Monday’s ruling is not a total victory for X, as