Starlink stopped operating in Ukraine for fear it would cause World War III


Starlink, Elon Musk's satellite internet service arrived in Ukraine nearly a year ago to help citizens maintain communication despite the war against Russia. The problem is that this could spark a third world war.

What was initially an act on the part of billionaire Elon Musk to help the civilian population communicate, has ended up becoming a resource used by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, using it as an offensive weapon against Russia.

A week ago, the head of SpaceX warned, Ukrainian forces are using the service to control drones, something Starlink never planned because use of its internet is private, not military.

For this reason, Elon Musk made the decision to completely deactivate the Starlink service in that country, as the situation could change and move from a war of liberation to an offensive war.

Through a tweet on his official account, Musk clarified the situation and confirmed that he did not want any fingers pointing at him about the outbreak of a third world war because of him.

In this regard, the adviser to the Ukrainian President Mykhailo Podolyak commented that companies have to decide whether they are "on the side of Ukraine and the right to freedom" or "on the side of Russia and its" right "to kill and seize territory."

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