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600 posts per day: Musk sets a reading limit on Twitter

600 posts per day: Musk sets a reading limit on Twitter

SMS service Twitter has introduced restrictions on reading posts for users of the platform. If you pay for a blue tick, you can read more.

This tweet reading limit is temporary and necessary to reflect your maximum Data harvesting and system processing To counter this, Twitter owner Elon Musk said Saturday.

According to him, users with “verified” accounts can only temporarily read a maximum of 6,000 posts per day. For those with unverified accounts, they are Only up to 600 posts per day. Thus new unverified accounts only have access to a maximum of 300 posts.

Link for money

Under Musk, Twitter changed the allocation of blue tokens, which were once awarded to public interest accounts properly verified by Twitter. Users can now get the verification mark with a paid subscription. There is no real verificationOnly the phone number is confirmed. Now you not only have a Twitter blue tick for money, but you can also spend more time on the platform.

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