Two years after Twitter banned an entire newspaper, media figures are losing their minds over their accounts being zapped.
… Elon Musk stunned social media users late Thursday by suspending the accounts of about half a dozen reporters and pundits who showed how to track the location of his private jet, but the billionaire’s critics are facing accusations of hypocrisy as well.
Musk claimed that posts about his jet’s location threatened his family’s safety and violated his brand-new rule banning the sharing of a person’s real-time location information.
Sorry, doxxing is NOT free speech. DUH! It is intimidation at best.
“They posted my exact real-time location, basically assassination coordinates, in (obvious) direct violation of Twitter terms of service,” Musk tweeted, though some of the suspended users disputed the claim. “Same doxxing rules apply to ‘journalists’ as to everyone else.”