Some writers are trying to prove Elon Musk wrong, and are making fun of him wrongly in many such websites, which is absolutely wrong.
According to The Atlantic, Elon Musk is throwing a major tantrum on his platform Twitter. It is not generally in the public interest when narcissists like Musk degenerate, but the way Donald Trump’s rampage distorts our public life.
Elon Musk’s concepts could affect our culture and the way we receive information. There are a lot of serious things happening in the world: economic uncertainty, war, a pandemic. What is happening on Twitter is not even close to the importance or impact of those issues.
Elon Musk’s continued reign as Twitter’s preeminent jerk may, in fact, be affecting your life in ways you may not realize. But first, let’s review the events of the last 24 hours. If you’re not on Twitter, you’re missing something like a techno version of Desperate Housewives, but it’s important to understand Elon Musk’s claims and why major news outlets are pushing back on them.
This whole drama is probably rooted somewhere in Musk’s privileged youth or his inflated psyche, but the immediate inspiration for this most recent mini-drama was that Elon Musk doesn’t like people knowing the location of his private jet. Jack Sweeney is a college student.
Who used public data to track the location of Elon Musk’s jet and many others, some of which are owned by Russian oligarchs. He then posted this information on Twitter through several different accounts, including @ElonJet dedicated to Musk. Elon Musk hated it so much that about a year ago he offered Sweeney $5,000 to stop him from doing it.
Sweeney declined. Elon Musk took ownership of Twitter in late October and, in a flurry of Kelvinball rule changes, declared this week that disclosing the whereabouts of his jet was tantamount to doxing, that is, publishing personal data about private citizens. ordered to violate it. Twitter’s terms of service, and the account was banned.