Twitter has clipped the wings of an account that actively tracked Elon Musk’s private jet. The owner of the account said Wednesday.
Why is it important? The ban raises questions about Musk’s commitment to free speech on Twitter, which has value directly related To dominate the scene.
- Mook’s “commitment to speak” in early November included a follow-up account of the flight.
- The account, which has more than 500,000 followers, actively tracks Musk’s whereabouts with public flight tracking data.
- On December 10,, Sweeney said his account was limited and limited. Sweeney shared scripts that Twitter employees said showed the account was heavily scrubbed.
- he said After two days, the account was not hidden or checked.
- Sweeney said Wednesday afternoon. That he created the Mastodon account that tracks Musk’s plane.
Flash MuskTwitter, which bought Twitter for $44 billion in October, said last month it would allow the jet’s tracking account “even though it poses a direct personal security risk.”
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