Elon Musk is beginning to lift Some journalists are suspendedFollow us on Twitter Re-run the surveyHe asks him if he should “unsuspend any accounts that have extracted my exact position in real-time”. (Reporters have not revealed its real-time location. With 58.7 per cent of responses, “now” was the winner with 58.7 percent. This beat out “in 7 Days.” There were approximately 3.75 million responses to the survey.
Journalists working for various outlets, such as New York TimesCNN, NBC, The objectionTheir accounts were suspended on Thursday. This was mostly due to a tweet about @ElonJet (the Twitter account that tracked Elon Musk’s SpaceX-owned private plane) based on publicly available FAA flight track data. ElonJet account He was suspended from TwitterIt was there before the strike on other accounts, but it is still available on other platforms (this could be your probable cause). You cannot tweet a linkMastodon is a decentralized alternative for Twitter in many cases.
CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan accounts at the time this article was written New York TimesRyan Mac MashableMatt Bender, W The Washington PostDrew Harwell was visible again on the catwalk. Other accounts, eg Lynette LopezAnd the Mika LeeThey remained pending, along with ElonJet & JoinMastodon. Musk declared“Accounts that extracted me location will now be suspended.”
Twitter updated its policy this week to prohibit sharing “live location information” and “links to third party URLs for travel itineraries.”
Ella Irwin was Twitter’s head for trust and safety at the time that the journalists were suspended. The edgeWe do no make exceptions to this policy regarding journalists or any other accounts. Musk also spoke in the language polling to express his views. Different Follow–above Tweets. He also suggested that the flight tracer may have been connected to a “crazy follower” who stumbled upon a car carrying one of his children and that the person “stopped it from moving and climbed on the hood.” The LAPD however says that no crime report has been filed in relation to such an incident. According to the Los Angeles Times.
Musk held a 30-minute poll to find out when journalists should be suspended after the suspension. Musk won the poll with 43 percent of respondents, but he said he would take it back as it had “too many choices.”
Musk attended a Twitter room he hosted on Thursday as well. Buzzfeed NewsKatie Notopoulos was also present at the call. Many of the arrested journalists were able to join the call due to technical difficulties. Before leaving the call, Musk said, “Oops, you’re going to be put on hold. End of story, that’s it.” Twitter later turned off the Spaces feature. While It has since been restoredNotopoulos It says it is unable to start or join the spaceWhen you try to share or broadcast, you will receive a message saying “You can’t because you’ve broken Twitter Rules.”
Musk began to prepare hours before the survey was due to be conducted and recalculations were made. Announce today“Freedom Friday” was a response to Laverne Spicer, a former congressional candidate, stating that the accounts were being redone rapidly. On Friday, several prominent figures of the far right were expelled, including Mike Lindell, founder of MyPillow. Analyst portal Jim Hoft editor, A.S It was noted by Shayan Sardarizadeh, BBC reporter. This seems to be part Musk keep his promiseTo grant most accounts previously suspended a “general liberty”, which is to say that they will be given their money back. as he claimsIt’s because of the survey results.
Twitter Safety tweeted Friday evening that the company had “outlined many policies where permanent suspension is a disproportionate measure to breach the Twitter Rules” and promised that accounts would be restored weekly for the next thirty days. It is unclear if the tweet was about Musk’s amnesty vote or the bans on people based upon the new direct tracking policy. musk He saidThere is a “7-day suspension of doxxing”, but ElonJet has affected some people. Post screenshots of the Twitter user interfaceThey claimed that they were permanently suspended.
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