If you want to know where Musk's private jet is, you won't be able to because of the company's new policy.

It is possible to find out where Musk's jet was 24 hours ago.

Jack Sweeney is a student at the University of Central Florida.

The new account did not track the location of Musk's private jet in real time, but instead delayed it for 24 hours.

According to the account, Musk's plane landed in Oakland, California, yesterday.

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Musk recently said that posting locations someone traveled to on a slightly delayed basis isn't a safety problem and is ok.

If a person's location is publicly available, they are not allowed to share "live location information, including information shared on Twitter directly or links to 3rd party URL(s) of travel routes, actual physical location, or other identifying information that would reveal a person's location,

Two years ago, Sweeney irked Musk, who called it a personal safety risk.

Musk said that his commitment to free speech extends even to not banning the account following my plane, but he did ban Sweeney's account after an incident with a crazy stalker. Musk banned the accounts of many journalists who covered the story. Some of the journalists are still banned from using the social networking site.