It’s a long-held belief here The Barge Copyright law is the only speech regulation accepted by most people on most platforms, so it is the only real law on the internet. (At least in the US.)
If you post something that blatantly infringes the copyrights of others, most platforms will protect you from liability under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act if you act on demand and within a reasonable time, so you should consider doing so. Take action to remove. It’s well known how the DMCA influences user behavior on the platform. A lot of people know how it works.
Elon Musk isn’t one of them, anyway. He also laid off most of his Twitter Trust & Safety & Compliance team, while also increasing the length of videos he could post on Twitter. A movie on his slowly decaying platform. His one copy of the film has been out since his April 28th, and he has 9.3 million views at the time of posting.
Many of these views are from this tweet which has 8.5 million views.
you can also find Avatar: Path of Water Here it is on Twitter. Hey, why earlier did he Twitter admin think he didn’t enable 60 minute uploads?