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Full movies on Twitter without copyright, this was the reason

Movies uploaded from Twitter. (Photo: Twitter/MarcoHSizemore)

To see one full movie in Twitter It has been possible for the last few hours due to a failure in the platform’s copyright system.

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A user came to publish the entire film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (Fast and Furious: Tokyo Challenge) in two-minute clips spread over a total of 50 tweets. This and others, although they are no longer online, were shared in 50 tweets with 2-minute clips.

Account suspended for uploading an entire movie on Twitter. (photo: Twitter)
Account suspended for uploading an entire movie on Twitter. (photo: Twitter)

However, Twitter’s copyright system should have removed the posts at the time they were officially shared, not a few hours later. In fact, the politics of the platform prohibits the transmission of this content:

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“Twitter will respond to reports of suspected copyright infringement, such as allegations regarding the unauthorized use of a copyrighted image as a profile or header photo, allegations regarding the unauthorized use of a copyrighted image or video, author uploaded through our media hosting services, or Tweets that contain links to allegedly infringing material,” says Elon Musk’s company.

Instead, the clips existed long enough for the content to spread.

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Twitter has been failing for weeks and the engineers of the social network warned about it

Curiously, some Twitter engineers wanted to prevent for weeks a general collapse of the social network due to a lack of company personnel, after Elon Musk became the owner.

They point out that small glitches, such as one that caused the manual retweet to temporarily return, or one that caused problems with two-step verification, could have a greater impact than the non-functioning of the social network.

Twitter even narrowly stopped working this weekend after Elon Musk gave an ultimatum to hundreds of company employees, who ultimately decided to leave work.

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Elon Musk entering the Twitter offices. (photo: RT News)
Elon Musk entering the Twitter offices. (photo: RT News)

How to use Twitter without login

Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter continues to wreak havoc on the social network. Fortunately, and at least for now, it is possible to freely browse Twitter without identifying yourself. It is a browser extension called Breakthrough Twitter Login Wallcreated by a user named MaySoMusician and available for Chrome Y Firefox.

It is only necessary to install it in Google Chrome or Firefox, depending on the browser one uses. When you go to Twitter, you can view as many tweets as you like or search without blocking the login window:

Extension called Breakthrough Twitter Login Wall. (photo: Composition/Jose Arana/Google Chrome)
Extension called Breakthrough Twitter Login Wall. (photo: Composition/Jose Arana/Google Chrome)

From TechMarkup it has been tested in Chrome and it works correctly. The user can move around Twitter without interruptions. Only one will be constantly seen blue barat the bottom to remind that the user can log in or sign up, but it does not limit at all.

It makes sense that if you don’t log in, you won’t be able to access the accounts you follow and you won’t be able to reply, tweet, or send messages. But you can be free to move around Twitter and read as many tweets as you like.

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