Twitter suspends the accounts of journalists who have talked about Elon Musk’s business and private jet. At least a dozen reports by American journalists, working for major media such as the New York Timesthe Washington PostWhere is it Cnn Thursday night numb. The Twitter account of Mastodon, a competing platform where some of the excluded and resigned since Elon Musk came to power, have also been suspended. Freelance journalist Aaron Rupar, who has a strong following on the blue bird platform (where he has nearly 800,000 followers), wrote on the newsletter platform Underpile that his account was permanently suspended but he had no further information, simply noting that on Wednesday he tweeted a link to a Facebook page tracking Musk’s jet. The latter he tweeted Wednesday night : “Any account that provides real-time location information about someone will be suspended as a violation of physical security. This includes posting links to sites with real-time location information. Journalists from the news site NBCNews testified who were no longer able to tweet a link to @ElonJet’s Mastodon account, which tracks the movements of the billionaire’s private plane. Initially on Twitter before being suspended there Wednesday, the account was accused by Musk, without evidence, of endangering him and his family. Since then, he has attacked anyone who mentions this story, explain it Washington Post.
The European Union is still punishing Russia and helping Ukraine. Presented on December 7 by the European Commission, this ninth sanctions package was adopted on Thursday by the 27 member states, “unanimously”, rate the site novelty of the euro. The text, not yet finalized, proposes adding nearly 200 people and entities (including the army and three banks) to the European Union’s blacklist, banning new investments in the mining sector and tightening restrictions on trade in some goods which can be used in civilian or military environments (chemicals, nerve agents, electronic and IT components, etc.). Brussels also recommends banning the export of components for the production of drones to Russia and suspending four media outlets accused of participating in Kremlin propaganda. EU leaders also approved an €18 billion financial assistance package for Ukraine to ensure Kiev can cover its public deficits in 2023 and keep its economy running.