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Elon Musk: ‘I would be shocked if I’m *not* being spied on’

Elon Musk, a tech industry billionaire, said on Tuesday that he would be “surprised” to learn that he is “not” being spied on. Musk emphasized this point many times. On the website Twitter, which is used for microblogging, Musk uploaded a photo with the caption “Does anybody else feel like they are being watched?” Within the context of their response to that, one user commented “You have continuous access to all of your devices and internet services, including your personal Starlink, at all times.

When it comes to you, it’s more than simply mass monitoring. You are a high priority target”. “I wouldn’t be surprised in the least if someone were keeping tabs on me, hehe. My one and only request to anybody listening in on me is that they do not interfere with the call quality to the point that I cannot understand what is being said.” Musk remarked in a response to the comment left by the user.

On a recent occasion, the CEO of Tesla posted some inspirational reflections on Twitter. Musk reminded people that each new day is a clean slate and that they always have the option to choose happiness in their lives. Musk stated on the microblogging site, “Tomorrow will be the first dawn of the rest of your life, make it what you want,” advising users to “make it what they want.” “And always keep in mind that happiness is a decision,” he said.

The tweets of Tesla’s CEO, who is renowned for his cringe posting, have recently been focused on happiness, although it is unclear whether or not they are intended to be satirical. They very well maybe, taking into consideration that such quotations used to appear on Facebook back when the vast majority of people used the network. People who aren’t the wealthiest person in the world have voiced their disagreement with this statement.


The tweets of Tesla’s CEO, who is renowned for his cringe posting, have recently been focused on happiness, although it is unclear whether or not they are intended to be satirical. They very well maybe, taking into consideration that such quotations used to appear on Facebook back when the vast majority of people used the network. People who aren’t the wealthiest person in the world have voiced their disagreement with this statement.

When it comes to the world’s wealthiest man, Musk, and his fortune, one of the most important questions is whether or not his wealth can address global hunger. There is ongoing discussion on whether or not doing that would truly be possible. Elon Musk’s $44 billion agreement with Twitter, which is presently off owing to different reasons, had recently reignited that issue once again, with many claiming that there was more that could be done on Musk’s side for solving global hunger and particularly for assisting Sri Lanka, which is burdened with debt.

Source: IANS

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Written by Alex Bruno

Freelance space writer Alex Bruno specializes in covering China's quickly expanding space industry. In 2021, he started writing for SpaceXMania. He also contributes to publications including SpaceNews, IEEE Spectrum, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and New Scientist. When Alex was a small child, he first experienced the space bug after seeing Voyager photographs of alien planets in our solar system. When not in space, Alex likes to go trail jogging in the Finnish countryside.

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