Taylor Swift Elon Musk’s ‘Stalker’ Reveals Why She’s Spying On Celebrities’ Private Jets – Times of India

It came under Tesla and SpaceX Executive Director Elon MuskHer skin and the recently troubled pop star Taylor Swift By tracking and sharing the location of their planes. Jack Sweeney There's a Florida college student telling the world where Private jets Celebrities and public figures are – and how much carbon they emit.
Sweeney recently faced legal action from Swift, accusing her of causing “direct and irreparable harm, emotional and physical distress” to the singer-songwriter. But he remains adamant that anyone should be able to see where his private jet is headed and how often it flies.
“I love justice. I try to share information with everyone, it doesn't matter who it is,” the BBC quoted him as saying. He said there was a fundamental public interest in the location of the pop star's plane and pointed to Swifty as evidence.
“His fans, who have boosted the TaylorSwiftJets accounts and subreddit, are really interested. These tracking accounts have more followers and fans all the time [than detractors],” she said.
Why Sweeney is tracking, sharing location Airplanes of famous people
According to Sweeney, he had an interest in aviation and technology, particularly Elon Musk's companies SpaceX and Tesla. These interests led him to develop TheAirTraffic.com, a website that tracks aircraft based on publicly available data.
“I originally did it as a hobby because I found it interesting,” Sweeney said, adding that he believes in “the importance of transparency and public information.” Sweeney throws in the environmental angle as well: “Flyers are trying to hide bad PR.” [carbon] Exhaust”.
Meanwhile, Sweeney's lawyer insisted he was “not doing anything illegal.”
Sweeney is currently running an account that tracks Musk's plane on a 24-hour delay. He also maintains accounts on several social media sites where he tracks the planes owned by Kim Kardashian, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Donald Trump and others.