Twitter Bans Sharing Links To Other Sites That Track Elon Musk’s Jet
- Over 30 accounts were blocked by the college student who tweeted about Elon Musk’s flight.
- Twitter also banned anyone from sharing any links to Sweeney’s accounts on other platforms.
- Musk stated in November that he would allow the account’s continuation due to his “commitment of free speech.”
Twitter on Wednesday banned an account that previously tracked Elon Musk’s private jet — but it also went a step further, banning anyone from sharing a link to similar accounts on other social media sites.
The @ElonJetMusk had his Twitter account suspended by Jack Sweeney (a college student). sayingIn November, Sweeney said he would not ban an account because of his “commitment for free speech.” Sweeney said InsiderMusk was “pleased” to allow his account to remain at that time.
“I kinda figured that it was his stance because people would be after him if he said one thing and then come and ban my account,” Sweeney, a Musk fan, said in November.
But on Wednesday the account — as well as more than 30 others that Sweeney used to track the private jets of celebrities — was suspended. Twitter was soon after. announcedUpdate to the “Private Information policy”This would “prohibit sharing another’s living location in most cases.”
“Shares of a person’s location on Twitter can increase the risk of physical injury. We will remove any tweets that share this information and account accounts that share the live location of another person’s will be suspended,” the company stated in a tweet.
The platform has banned links to Sweeney’s tweets, in addition to blocking the account on Twitter that followed Musk’s plane. @elonmusksjetHis Instagram account “Elon Musk’s Jet”Facebook page. Twitter returned an error message on Wednesday evening when it attempted to tweet a URL to the Instagram account. It stated that Twitter or its partners had identified the link as potentially dangerous and could not complete the request.
The updated policyTwitter stated that links to sites that track real time location would be blocked. It also stated that information shared on Twitter directly, links to third-party URL(s), of travel routes, actual physical locations, or any other identifying information that could reveal a person’s location, regardless of whether this information is publicly accessible, was prohibited.
Sweeney spoke Insider’s Grace KayHis personal Twitter account was suspended by him on Wednesday, hours after his jet tracking accounts were published.
Sweeney stated, “I really didn’t think he’d suspend my private account.” “All the media attention he received made me doubt that he would do anything.”
Sweeney previously stated that his account had been closed. “shadow-banned,”He also stated that he would continue to track Musk’s jet using other platforms.
He said, “I mean…fuck that guy!” “This is ridiculous. My personal account doesn’t even track the planes. I’m going full-blast.”
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