New updates on Twitter for its Korean users: Elon Musk retweets

Twitter is now under the reins of Elon Musk. Recently, a Korean user Jane Manchun Wong posted the Tweet details. She mentioned that the source field is gone from the Tweet details view in this prototype. And then Elon Musk re-tweeted.

He apologized because users in certain countries had to deal with super slow usage of Twitter. He mentioned that Twitter had stopped adding the name of the device on which a tweet was written. This was such a waste of screen space and computing. He also wondered why this was being done earlier. The latest update for Korean users is that Twitter is working on a media warning for its users in South Korea. If any Korean user uploads illegally filmed content then Twitter will surely delete and / block access to the specific content. Also, the uploader may be sanctioned. As scary as it sounds, South Korean users will have to pay heed to this media warning and follow certain rules and regulations accordingly. Amidst this update, a South Korean user posted about the same on Twitter, a microblogging site.

The Tweet details still matter to several users and they seemed to be upset over it. Users have started pouring in their comments. Some users have posted positive reviews as well as negative reviews. So, pick what resonates best with you. We must wait and watch what happens during the era of Twitter 2.0.

Elon Musk might soon add more such software-related updates on Twitter. With employee layoffs as well as other important updates, updates such as the above-mentioned one will also be considered to be of certain importance.

So, what are your thoughts about this latest update? Does it matter to you when your Twitter post does not read Posted from your iPhone? How far would this media warning go?

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