After the European Union’s warning to Elon Musk for the ban of journalists from Twitter, too Anonymous shows all its disappointment with the new policy decided by the new CEO of the social network and for the controversial decisions.
As we show in the screenshot below, which we publish in this form as the original tweet could also be removed, the group of hacktivists has released a photomontage in which the look of the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla resumes that of Hitler. To season the photograph there is no text message, much less warnings or threats against Musk.
The message, however, is very explanatory and it is clear that the hacker group is against the decisions taken by the South African tycoon, who changed the social network’s policies to ban the ElonJet account that tracked his private jet.
However, the straw that broke the camel’s back was Twitter’s decision to suspend the profiles of many journalists who had published the location of his jet. The list also includes authoritative signatures such as Ryan Mac of the New York Times, Donie O’Sullivan of CNN, Drew Harwell of the Washington Post, Micha Lee of The Intercept, Matt Binder of Mashable, Aaron Rupar and Tony Webster.