Twitter curbs DMs from unverified users to tackle spam, pushes for Blue subscription

  • Twitter sets a daily limit on the number of direct messages (DMs) unverified users can send in a bid to curb spam.
  • The website urges users to subscribe to Blue membership for enhanced services and to send more messages.
  • The move follows a 50% drop in advertising revenue as expressed by Elon Musk via a tweet.
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