Overseas Network, December 16. According to NBC reports, on the evening of December 15, Twitter suspended the accounts of several foreign media reporters who had been reporting on Twitter and Musk. The account was suspended without warning or explanation from Twitter.
Several journalists, including Ryan Mack of The New York Times, Drew Havel of The Washington Post and Doni O’Sullivan of CNN, had their accounts suspended. It was not immediately clear why the accounts were suspended. Many of the account suspensions followed reports of the freezing of accounts tracking Musk’s private jet.
On the evening of the 14th local time, Musk tweeted, “Any accounts that ‘human flesh search’ other people’s real-time location information (and publish) will be frozen because this is a violation of personal safety. This includes posting real-time location information. Informational website links.