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Elon Musk's Boring Company has sold thousands of its new flamethrowers, and people are questioning their safety.
Elon Musk says his Boring Company has sold $5 million worth of flamethrowers since pre-orders opened over the weekend. Now, a politician in California is trying to ban them for the public.
The flamethrowers cost $500 a pop. They shoot fire under 10 feet in length, which according to Musk makes them "A-ok" legally.
Miguel Santiago, the politician trying to ban them, at first thought the devices were a joke. He called it "terribly insensitive" given that California is recovering from devastating wildfires.
Santiago reportedly plans to introduce legislation to block selling them to the public.
The tech giant said the move is meant to reduce security risks as older accounts are more likely to use recycled passwords, among other concerns.
A judge has blocked Montana's proposed ban on TikTok while a challenge works its way through the courts.
A handful of states, including Texas and California, have passed laws regulating deepfakes in political advertising.
The British military earlier said there had been a suspected drone attack and explosions in the Red Sea, without elaborating.
While the details of what led to the knife attack are still unclear, police said they believe the suspect and victims were all family members.
Many of the territory's 2.3 million people are crammed in the south after Israeli forces ordered civilians to leave the north.