You can criticize me at any time, but you can't doxx my real-time location and endanger my family," Elon Musk wrote of several journalists' Twitter accounts being suspended

In response to the suspension of Musk's personal plane tracking account, ElonJet, Twitter has deactivated the accounts of many journalists who reported on him.

Reporters Ryan Mac, Drew Harwell, and Matt Binder of Mashable were among those whose accounts were taken down on Thursday

Multimedia sources say Donie O'Sullivan, Micah Lee, Keith Olbermann, Aaron Rupar, and Tony Webster were also among the participants.

Upon learning that CNN's Donie O'Sullivan was suspended, Binder immediately shared a screenshot from O'Sullivan. After the screenshot was shared, Binder's account was deactivated.

According to the screenshot, Elon Musk tweeted out about this incident last night, which led him to suspend Jack Sweeney and ElonJet.

No location data was shared, according to Twitter's new terms. No links to ElonJet or other tracking accounts were shared either.

Earlier this year, he wrote, "In order to create an environment of free speech, it is important for me to even keep my worst critics on Twitter