In previous months, Elon Musk announced that it would soon be possible to upload full-length videos to Twitter. Unless, of course, you were a Twitter Blue subscriber. Today, finally, the social network launched said feature.
From today, Twitter Blue users can post videos up to 2 hours long..
So far, so good. The problem is that Elon Musk and Twitter may not have expected people to take advantage of the new feature so quickly, and not entirely in a positive way.
Minutes after Elon Musk made the announcement on his Twitter account, some people responded by posting full movies. In the comments one could find, for example, Shrek 2 And Shrek 3, from DreamWorks Animation and Universal Pictures. Both can be seen from start to finish.
We don’t know if Elon Musk personally noticed this or the Twitter team. The fact is that posts with feature films have been deleted.
Obviously, the social network cannot allow this type of content to remain active. Because? Because This is copyrighted material. If there are companies that send out complaints when people share short cuts of feature films, imagine their reaction when they see their full lengths freely available.
Surely two-hour videos on Twitter will come in handy someday. However, for now, those led by Elon Musk will have to deal with people who upload content that violates their rules.
We don’t know if the company has some kind of security system that allows us to, for example, identify downloads of movies or series.
Let’s not talk about the filter with manual control. Due to the current Twitter-related busy situation, we doubt that there is a group of people whose responsibility it is to oversee the correct use of this feature.
For Twitter, the only good news is that only Twitter Blue users can post videos up to 2 hours long. Thus, if someone has the opportunity to share the full movie, they will have to open the portfolio, no matter what.
outside of cinema shrekwhich have already been deleted, there are also users posting music videos on a loop. couldn’t miss never Gonna Give You UpRick Astley. The @MAGS account even uploaded a video Donald Trump dancing 2 hours.
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