By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 17 Dec, 2022
On Friday, Elon Musk announced Twitter accounts got engaged in doxxing, which will receive a temporary seven-day suspension.
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Doxxing releases private information of someone on the internet with malicious intent. It is a form of online harassment exposing someone's real name, address, and job.
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Jack Sweeney’s new Twitter owner got suspended from the Twitter account that tracked Musk's private jet.
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On Thursday, Musk claimed his little son, X, was followed by a crazy stalker on the road in Los Angeles.
Musk suspended several prominent journalists, including Donie O'Sullivan from CNN and Drew Harwell from The Washington Post. They covered the exact real-time location of Musk.
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Musk informed, 'Posting locations someone traveled to on a slightly delayed basis is not a safety problem, so is ok, and this includes posting links to sites with real-time location.'
On November 7, Musk claimed the account was a personal safety risk, but he will not suspend it as a part of his commitment to free speech.
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