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27 Dec, 2022
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@ElonJetNextDay Posts Flights 24 Hours After They Occur.

University student Jack Sweeney has launched the @ElonJetNextDay account on Twitter, an account that posts public information on the flights made by Twitter CEO Elon Musk's private jet. Unlike Sweeney's original @ElonJet account, which was designed to track the billionaire's jet in real-time, @ElonJetNextDay tweets out Musk's flights 24 hours after they occur to comply with Twitter's new rules prohibiting posts with real-time location information. The account has amassed more than 17,100 followers in four days.

It is unclear whether Sweeney is even allowed to create new Twitter accounts, as Twitter policy forbids "ban evasion," which prohibits users whose accounts were suspended from creating new accounts. Twitter will suspend accounts that attempt to evade bans "at first detection."

Musk, who banned Sweeney's original @ElonJet account, his personal Twitter account, and his other celebrity flight trackers, has not yet made his position on @ElonJetNextDay known. However, in a tweet on Dec. 14, the Twitter CEO stated that "posting locations someone traveled to on a slightly delayed basis isn't a safety problem, so is ok." Despite this statement, Sweeney's new account is not guaranteed safety from suspension, as on Dec. 25, Sweeney claimed that Musk had already shadowbanned @ElonJetNextDay.