Taylor Swift threatens student who tracks her jet with lawsuit.

The superstar's prohibition on tracker accounts documenting her plane's takeoffs and landings resembles Elon Musk's. 

Taylor Swift's attorneys have threatened legal action against a Florida college student who tracks her and other celebrities' private jets on social media. 

Jack Sweeney, a junior at the University of Central Florida, has tracked the takeoffs and landings of hundreds of millionaires, politicians, Russian oligarchs, 

and other public figures' planes and helicopters and estimated their planet-warming emissions for years.  

The accounts use FAA data and volunteer amateurs who track aircraft via their signals. 

For releasing what Elon Musk called his “assassination coordinates,” X, previously Twitter, banned Sweeney in late 2022, sparking a free-speech fight 

People on the planes and where they proceed after landing are unknown. 

In December, Swift's Washington law firm Venable attorney sent Sweeney a cease-and-desist letter warning Swift would “have no choice but to pursue any and all legal remedies” 

if he continued his “stalking and harassing behavior. 

The lawyer, Katie Wright Morrone, wrote that Sweeney's accounts had caused Swift and her family “direct and irreparable harm,  

as well as emotional and physical distress,” and increased her “constant state of fear for her personal safety,” according to a copy of the letter sent to Sweeney's parents. 

Sweeney gave The Washington Post the letter. 

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