Elon Musk Limits Number Of Posts Twitter Users Can Read Per Day

Elon Musk Limits Number Of Posts Twitter Users Can Read Per Day

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, has announced a new limit on the number of tweets users can read each day to fight against data scraping and system manipulation. 

Verified users will be limited to 6,000 posts per day, regular users to 600 posts per day, and newly created accounts to 300 posts per day. The average number of posts the average Twitter user reads per day is unclear, but users are already complaining about hitting the limits. It is unclear whether this new policy has anything to do with Twitter’s recent decision to stop paying Google for its cloud-based services. Musk has previously stated that he wants Twitter to become a space where people spend the most “unregretted” user minutes online. The decision could have a significant impact on the delivery of breaking news.

Source: www.forbes.com

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