Elon Musk Announces Temporary Read Limit on Twitter

There's new news for you Twitter users, "Elon Musk Announces Temporary Read Limit on Twitter". The new rules on Twitter, one of the social media platforms, will only allow users who have an account to be able to see a tweet.

Elon Musk Announces Temporary Read Limit on Twitter
In this photo illustration taken on December 28, 2022, an error notification is seen on the Twitter login page in Washington, DC SAMUEL CORUM/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES

As reported by Reuters, the Tesla and SpaceX boss announced new regulations. He called this decision a temporary emergency measure.

For Users to View Content on the Platform Twitter Will Be Asked to Sign Up for an Account

Users who try to view content on the platform will be prompted to sign up for an account or log into an account to view a tweet.

"We're getting so much looted data that it degrades the service for regular users!" said Musk.

Musk added that hundreds or more organizations are scraping Twitter data very aggressively, affecting the user experience.

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Musk has previously expressed his displeasure at artificial intelligence companies like OpenAI, owner of ChatGPT, which use Twitter data to train their big language models.

"We will take legal action against those who stole our data and hope to see them in court, which is (optimistic) 2 to 3 years from now," he said.

In a letter addressed to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Musk's lawyer Alex Spiro in May asked the tech giant to conduct an audit over Twitter's use of the content, accusing the Windows developer of violating agreements over Twitter's use of data.

Twitter has initiated a series of actions to reinstate advertisers who left the platform under Musk's ownership and to boost subscription revenue by making verification checkmarks part of the Twitter Blue program.

Earlier in the month, Twitter announced plans to focus on video, creator, and commerce partnerships to revitalize the social media company's business beyond digital advertising.

Twitter has also begun charging users fees to access application programming interfaces (APIs), which are used by third-party applications and researchers.

That's the latest news on "Elon Musk Announces Temporary Read Limit on Twitter". Hopefully, this information does not reduce your comfort in using Twitter.

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