With Elon’s stance on “doxxing” accounts, is the Santa Tracker next on Twitter’s Naughty List?

It’s time to sing along! “You’ll regret it/You better not spy/Don’t follow my jet/I’ll ​​tell you why/Elon Musk banish you now!” There you have the next great holiday classic. You’re welcome.

Tracking Santa’s whereabouts on Christmas Eve has become a long-standing tradition for many families. Rather than tuning in to the TV channels, the digital age allows for real-time updates direct from NORAD Santa Tracking’s Twitter account. After Musk claimed he would ban all “doxxing” accounts, smartasses worldwide are wondering if that will include jolly old Saint Nick.

Despite claiming he would allow any form of free speech on the platform, Musk was over the moon when it came to handing out lifetime bans. Shortly after taking charge, he shut down several accounts mocking his new pay-to-play verification system. In the past week alone, he has blocked the accounts of well-known journalists who were critical of him. However, it was a 20-year-old college student from Florida who made the world buzz.

Jack Sweeney caused an internet sensation by following all the flights for Musk’s Gulfstream private jet. Using public flight data, Sweeney set up a Twitter account that would automatically post whenever the billionaire’s jet departed from or arrived at an airport. Although the Twitter boss posted that he would uphold his vows of free speech, including doxxing accounts after his jet, he still issued a lifetime ban on Sweeney’s account.

Ever since Musk took control of Twitter, there has been nothing but controversy. Whether it’s unbanning some seriously questionable accounts for life, throwing a public spectacle of mass layoffs at Twitter headquarters, or charging a fee to get the sketchy blue tick, there’s never a shortage of headlines when it comes to the takeover of social media goes through the billionaire.

For the record, NORAD Santa Tracker has not been suspended. In connection with this, Musk conducted a public poll to decide on the future of tweeting the journalist accounts he had previously blocked.

After the public voted to lift the suspensions, Musk allowed them back on the platform, although his point was clear: He bought Twitter to do two things – suspend accounts and chew gum… and he’s out of gum.

https://wegotthiscovered.com/news/with-elons-stance-on-doxxing-accounts-is-the-santa-tracker-next-on-twitters-naughty-list/ With Elon’s stance on “doxxing” accounts, is the Santa Tracker next on Twitter’s Naughty List?

Lindsay Lowe

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