Twitter suspends journalists covering the social network and Elon Musk

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Numerous journalists from different publications are unable to log in to their Twitter accounts tonight. They have been suspended by the website and, according to NBC News Senior Reporter Ben Collins had one thing in common with Collins: They covered Elon Musk and the social network. Musk once called himself a “free speech absolutist.” Collins listed the suspended journalists’ Accounts in a Twitter thread include CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan His last tweets featured an interview with Jack Sweeney (college student who ran @ElonJet).

The Washington Post Drew Harwell has been expelled following a tweet Mastodon, a rival social network to Twitter that has gained popularity since Musk took control, was suspended by Twitter. The New York Times Ryan Mac After talking about Sweeney’s suspension and Twitter’s policy changes, he lost access to his account. Mashable’s Matt Binder He was also suspended for retweeting a post questioning Musk’s claim that he had been followed by a “crazy follower” and another on how Twitter’s new trust and safety head invited a QAnonadjacent group in order to discuss a possible partnership.

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