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2 Jul, 2023
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Twitter is implementing restrictions on the number of tweets users can read as the platform continues to face an extended outage, causing frustration among its users.

In a series of tweets, Elon Musk revealed revised usage quotas. Verified account holders will be allowed to view up to 6,000 posts per day, while unverified users will have a significantly reduced limit of 600 posts. Newly registered, unverified users face even stricter restrictions with an allowance of only 300 posts per day.

However, Musk later increased the limits to 10,000, 1,000, and 500, accordingly.

Musk cited "extreme levels of data scraping" and "system manipulation" as the reasons behind the new constraints. He did not provide specific details about the organizations involved in the data scraping or elaborate on the system manipulation claim. The move is seen as a necessary measure to deal with these issues and protect the integrity of the platform.