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Twitter Spaces, a live audio platform run by Twitter Inc., is down after a few journalists whose accounts had been suspended found out they could still use it. Late on Thursday, Elon Musk, who owns Twitter, said that the company was fixing an old bug. Later, he said that the audio service “should work tomorrow.”
Earlier that night, journalists were banned from Musk’s network for seven days. But, including those from CNN, the Washington Post, and the New York Times, for allegedly leaking the location of his private jet.
40,000 people listened to Elon Musk’s talk.
Matt Binder of Mashable and Drew Harwell of the Washington Post are two of the reporters who have been taken off the job. Katie Notopoulos of BuzzFeed News brought them both to Twitter Spaces to talk about the sudden wave of bans. The journalists and their publications were not told about this ban ahead of time. They couldn’t send any more tweets, and their old ones couldn’t be found. But they could still talk to each other through the Spaces service.
Elon Musk also joined the session, which had thousands of listeners, to say in no uncertain terms that anyone who “doxxes,” or tells someone else’s private location, will be suspended. He said that the reporters had not shared any real-time flight information, but by that time, the billionaire had already ended the call. At its peak, more than 40,000 people were listening in.
Germany’s response to what Musk did
Notopoulos said in a later tweet that Twitter Spaces crashed while her session was still going on, which cut everyone off. There is no recording of that session or information about it on Twitter right now.
Even if Spaces doesn’t come back tomorrow, Twitter’s recent claims about Twitter 2.0. But its “continued commitment to the public conversation” is completely at odds with what has happened in the last 24 hours.
Elon Musk Decision:
The decision by Elon Musk to stop journalists from following him on Twitter is being talked about by the German foreign ministry. They said that press freedom couldn’t be turned on and off whenever someone wanted to.
Twitter Abruptly Suspends Journalists Who Cover Elon Musk
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