Through his Twitter, Elon Musk informed his followers that he will sue the Twitter account that tracks his private jet. We tell you all the info here!
The person who should be talking the most in recent months is Elon Muskwho became the new owner of Twitter weeks ago. Despite the fact that the decisions that he has been making with the company are not having a good impact on the users of the little bird application, there are some measures that the tycoon will implement that will be beneficial for the network. One of them is to remove all profiles known as bots or created to spam.
When doing the search for which profiles are bots and which ones don’t, it seems that Musk came across a user who didn’t like him very much. We are talking about @ElonJeta profile that has been dedicated for a long time to following the private jet of Musk. The businessman’s repudiation of this account is so great that through his Twitter confirmed that he will sue Jack Sweeney, the 20-year-old American who runs the account. As background, Musk had offered him money to cancel the account, but it was a sum that he did not satisfy the owner of @ElonJet.
Earlier this week, Musk revealed why he is making the decision now. “Last night, the car carrying little X in The Angels was chased by a crazy stalker (thinking it was me), who then blocked the car’s movement and climbed on the hood. He is suing sweeney and the organizations that supported the damage to my family” explained through the social network.
Based on this incident, which had his son as the main protagonist, the businessman confirmed that all accounts that provide real-time location information of any person will be suspended, since it is a violation of physical security. “This includes posting links to sites with real-time location information. Posting locations that someone traveled to with a slight delay isn’t a security issue, so it’s okay.” commented Musk.
Any account doxxing real-time location info of anyone will be suspended, as it is a physical safety violation. This includes posting links to sites with real-time location info.
Posting locations someone traveled to on a slightly delayed basis isn’t a safety problem, so is ok.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 15, 2022
Currently, the account is no longer available @ElonJet. However, at the moment, it is the only one that uploads the type of content that Musk repudiates that it was deleted. It will probably be a matter of a few days until they are all gone because it must not be an easy thing to do. Something that must be noted is that this is not the first time that the businessman has attacked the account, since several times he has shown that he knows the user and what was posted on his profile, but it is the first time that the businessman has taken a such a big measure. So with this lawsuit it seems that we are facing the end of @ElonJet once and for all.