A college student who was able to track wealthy private jet owners—including Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos—is likely to spur an industry push to stop such activity. Industry officials say the safety and security of high-profile private jet users, their families, flight crews, staff at the airports they are using, and potential corporate espionage is at stake.
In a series of online messages, Musk offered 19-year-old Jack Sweeney $5,000 to stop tracking his private jet flights. The billionaire Tesla founder cited safety concerns, and Sweeney countered, asking for $50,000. According to reports, Musk has since ghosted Sweeney, who was quoted as saying he plans to turn his hobby
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