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. According to reports, they have been suspended from the website. NBC News Senior Reporter Ben Collins and Elon Musk shared one thing in common: they both covered the social network. Collins listed the suspended journalists’ There are many accounts in a Twitter thread. CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan His last tweets included an interview with Jack Sweeney who was a college student and ran the @ElonJet account.

The Washington Post Drew Harwell was suspended 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 Musk was also suspended after he retweeted a post that doubted Musk’s claim he and his son were being followed by a stalker. Another post about how Twitter’s new head for trust and safety invited a QAnon affiliated group to discuss a partnership was also retweeted.

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