Twitter Removed Login Requirement
Social media application Twitter quietly removed the decision it took in the past few days without any explanation. Details are here!
The social media giant Twitter quietly canceled the requirement to log in to view the tweets it received in the past days.
Musk explained the requirement to log in to view the tweet as a temporary emergency measure. Stating that logins without registration slow down the data, Musk stated that the regulation was made to improve the quality of service for normal users.
Twitter Removed This Edit
The company did not make any official statements for the authorization it removed today, or give any details on what measures it is taking to stop potential software attacks.
This silent edit of Twitter comes a day before Meta launched its text-based app Threads. Topics also briefly allowed users to view posts on the web without logging into their posts.
As a precaution against frequent data scraping, Musk has set a reading limit of 1,000 posts per day for unverified users and 10,000 posts for verified users. The social media company said the change affected “a small percentage of people” and that “the effects on advertising were minimal”.