The Tesla boss - who is the world's richest man - has revealed via Twitter that he thinks he's under constant surveillance.
Elon made the comment in response to entrepreneur Kim Dotcom, who wrote: "24/7 on all your devices and online services, including your own Starlink. In your case it's not just mass surveillance. You are a priority target. Welcome to the club. (sic)"
In response, Elon wrote on the micro-blogging platform: "I would be shocked if I’m *not* being spied on haha.
"My only ask is that anyone spying on me please not affect call quality too much or I can’t hear what’s being said! (sic)"
Elon, 50, is currently in the midst of trying to buy Twitter.
And the billionaire businessman previously outlined his long-term vision for the social media platform.
He said: "If I were to own Twitter, it would be geared towards the middle 80 percent of the population, so technically the far left and far right would probably be dissatisfied."
Elon also revealed that he would support Donald Trump's return to Twitter.
The former US President was banned from the platform in early 2021 - but Elon suggested he'd reverse the decision if his takeover is given the green light.
He wrote: "Even though I think a less divisive candidate would be better in 2024, I still think Trump should be restored to Twitter."