CEO Elon Musk just took a private jet from San Jose to San Francisco. Only 9 minutes passed during the flight. People say he could have taken a train or car

and made the same trip in an hour. Who kept track of this trip? It was found out by an enterprising teenager named Jack Sweeney, who made a bot to track Musk's movements.

He posts his information on Twitter as @ElonJet. A report says that Sweeney is ready to stop following Musk's private jet as long as one thing is true.

"If he let me fly with him on his jet, record it, and talk about it—and maybe not even pay me the $50,000 I had asked for before—I would take it down,

Sweeney told the New York Post about the Twitter account that tracked Musk's jet. "We still need to talk about that."

Also read: Musk wants more nuclear power and says some environmentalists are "anti-human."

Musk had previously offered Sweeney $5,000 to close the Twitter account. In response, the teenager made a counteroffer of $50,000 or a chance to work for

Musk reached out to Sweeney in November of last year and asked him to stop tracking his flight movements because he was worried about his privacy.

Sweeney, a student at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, uses information that is available to the public to follow the movements of several famous people.

Who kept track of this trip? It was found out by an enterprising teenager named Jack Sweeney, who made a bot to track Musk's movements.

A report says that Sweeney is ready to stop following Musk's private jet as long as one thing is true. "If he let me fly with him on his jet, record it, and talk

about it—and maybe not even pay me the $50,000 I had asked for before—I would take it down," Sweeney told the New York Post about the Twitter account that tracked Musk's jet.

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