Taylor Swift’s lawyers consider legal action against student for social media flight tracking

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LOS ANGELES, Feb 7, (Agencies): Taylor Swift’s legal team is threatening legal action against Jack Sweeney, a junior at the University of Central Florida, who has spent years publicly tracking the singer’s private plane and sharing flight details online. The legal letter from Swift’s attorneys emphasizes that Sweeney’s actions, which involve aggregating public flight data from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other online sources, pose a significant safety risk to the 34-year-old artist.

The letter acknowledges Sweeney’s history of public disputes with high-profile individuals and his attempts to cease such behavior in exchange for valuable items. Swift’s legal team asserts that while this might be a game or pursuit of wealth and fame for Sweeney, it is a matter of life or death for their client.

Sweeney, maintaining that he has the right to share the flight information, refrains from disclosing details about the individuals on the tracked planes or their destinations upon landing. In response to complaints, he now delays posting the flights by 24 hours. Despite this concession, Swift’s lawyers argue that any sharing of the information has serious safety implications for the artist, who has faced stalking incidents in the past.

The legal letter contends that Swift’s encounters with stalkers have left her in a constant state of fear for her personal safety. The tracking, according to her lawyers, has caused direct and irreparable harm, leading to emotional and physical distress. Notably, the artist has faced stalking incidents at various locations, including her Manhattan home, where a man was arrested three times within a week last month.

Swift’s legal team is now considering legal action against Sweeney, emphasizing the serious consequences of his actions on the singer’s safety and well-being.

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