It seems that Substack’s release of a feature remotely similar to Twitter tweets has caused Elon Musk’s social network takes the liberty of restricting interactions with any tweet related to Substack and its content.
Specifically, some users -not all- are seeing how when trying to “like” or retweet a tweet that contains the link to Substack, they cannot do so due to an internal Twitter restriction. Specifically, an error message is displayed explaining that “some actions on that tweet have been disabled by Twitter”.
It wouldn’t be the first time We see how Twitter tries to censor other websitesWell, for example, at the time nor was it possible to create normally with any tweet that referenced Mastodonso this is probably part of Elon Musk’s misgivings.
For its part, Substack is already investigating the issue, after which you will probably have to make a complaint to Twitter to try to remove whatever restriction has been put in place, in addition to knowing what would be the reasons for it, since what is known at the moment seems to be speculative.
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