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21 Nov, 2022
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Twitter users are uploading entire films to the platform. Despite the violation of Twitter's copyright policy, some films are not being deleted, Insider reports.

Twitter usually marks tweets containing copyright violations by removing or restricting access to them, but Insider found posts allowing users to view a full-length film that were not blocked.

Twitter just algorithmically pushed me to a pirated full movie thread when I swiped down, and that is extremely funny,

one user tweeted.

For instance, the user uploaded the film "Hackers" in a series of 49 tweets on Saturday, which garnered more than 14,000 likes and was still online on Sunday.

Another Twitter user posted "Need for Speed" in 66 tweets via an account with the username "Need for speed movie" which was also available to view on Sunday.

"The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" movie was posted on Twitter on Saturday, but appears to have been deleted. The tweet has since been blocked and now reads "this Tweet is from a suspended account."

Preciously, Elon Musk gave employees an ultimatum: stay with the company by "working long hours at high intensity" or quit with three months’ severance pay Twitter announced a temporary closure of its offices.