Twitter suspended Koo’s account along many journalists’ accounts


New Delhi: Where on the one hand, since the Twitter acquisition of Elan Musk, Twitter and Elon Musk have become a topic of constant discussion. Especially Musk is very targeted regarding his policies. In such a situation, now Musk has suspended the Twitter handles of many journalists from the social network platform. The massive suspension also includes journalists from several big media houses such as CNN, Washington Post, and New York Times. Along with this, Twitter’s live audio service, Twitter Spaces has also been shut down on Twitter. This feature was introduced this year.

Koo’s account suspended
Along with this, now Musk has suspended the account of the Indian microblogging platform Koo from the microblogging site Twitter. At present, Twitter has put the accounts of journalists under suspension for the next 7 days. Also, there are previous tweets from these accounts. At the same time, Twitter has not issued any specific explanation regarding the suspension of the account.

Let us know that Twitter has recently made some changes in its rules and under this change, if a Twitter user shares the exact location of any person without his consent, then it will be considered an open violation of the rules.


Musk tweeted
After suspending the accounts of journalists and Ku, a tweet by the company’s new owner Elon Musk has also surfaced. Musk clearly wrote that” Criticizing me all day long may be perfectly fine, but doxing my real-time location and putting my family at risk is not at all Let us tell you that doxing means sharing the personal information of any person online without his permission.

However, the CEO of Twitter did not hold back at all from answering the allegations of obstructing Twitter’s freedom of expression. Elon Musk responded to her criticism with his own scathing and sarcastic remarks. He wrote that it is very good and inspiring to see the new love of freedom of expression by the press. At present, everyone is waiting for another new policy from Elon Musk.