Elon Musk refuses to stop Russia from using SpaceX satellites


Starlink will not block Russian news sources, Elon Musk stated. “gunpoint”After claiming that the governments pressured him, the Russian state media spreads propaganda about the war in Ukraine after he claimed that the Russian government had put the pressure on him.

The Tesla billionaire, who is worth $1.5 trillion, set up Ukraine with Starlink earlier this year to allow the nation to access the internet and keep reliable communication while the Soviet state bombs and launches airstrikes that may cut off or intercept the signals.

SpaceX’s Starlink can provide satellite Internet access in most parts of the world through terminals that work just like satellite dishes.

The EU has banned Russian state media as Putin uses Sputnik and RT as propaganda mouthpieces for his war against Ukraine
Because Putin uses Sputnik, RT and other Russian media to spread propaganda for his war on Ukraine, the EU has banned Russian state media.

But, while Nato, its allies, impose sweeping sanctions against Russia and its oligarchs. The 50-year-old stopped short of supporting Ukraine. He favored the preservation and protection of free speech over tackling misinformation during Russia’s invasion. “free speech absolutist”A recent tweet.

The SpaceX founder tweeted this: “Starlink has been told by some governments (not Ukraine) to block Russian news sources. We will not do so unless at gunpoint.

“Sorry, I am an absolute free-speech absolutist.

Musk moved his satellites from Russia to Ukraine to aid.

Musk is under pressure to stop Russian news outlets from being blocked after the EU ban state-controlled RT/Sputnik across its 27 member countries on Wednesday, March 2nd, effective immediately, according to reports LADBible.

EU president Ursula von der Leyen said: “In this time of war, words matter. We are witnessing massive propaganda and disinformation over this outrageous attack on a free and independent country.

“We will not let Kremlin apologists pour their toxic lies justifying Putin’s war or sow the seeds of division in our Union.”

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