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Elon Musk gets a bad rap on Twitter for sharing his World Cup location

An advisory board that makes Twitter safer to use was abruptly disbanded by Elon Musk.
Elon destroys the safety and trust of Twitter
Musk claimed that the reporters were "doxxing" him and had broken one of the new company policies regarding not disclosing people's locations.
He asserted that the journalists' reporting about Twitter suspending the @ElonJet Twitter account, which shared publicly ...
...available information about the location of this private jet, revealed his actual location in real time.
After conducting a poll on whether to unsuspend accounts that doxxed my exact location in real-time, Elon started lifting the suspensions of some journalists on Twitter.
On Sunday morning, while watching the match with Jared Kushner, a former US presidential adviser and Donald Trump's son-in-law, Elon tweeted, "At World Cup right ...
...now." From the stands, the Twitter founder shared a video clip of the instant before kickoff, giving his followers a glimpse of the impressive pyrotechnic show.
At the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 final game between France and Argentina on Sunday at Lusail Stadium in Qatar, Jared Kushner (left) and Elon Musk (center) watch.
Suspend yourself for doxxing your actual location; this post puts your security at risk.
Suspend your account for doxxing, no special treatment, another person wrote.
Are you scared of assassins, a user joked.
One person responded, "To those pointing out how Elon didxx himself: You can't doxx yourself. Sharing your own location is a free choice. Sharing someone else's is doxxing.".
In response to Tesla's announcement of a "holiday update" for its electric vehicles, which incorporates integration with the Steam marketplace, Musk came under fire on Twitter once more on Tuesday.