Twitter keeping 140-character limit on tweets after all

Despite rumors to the contrary, it looks like Twitter won’t be letting users bloviate endlessly via tweets. The 140-character limit isn’t going anywhere, says CEO Jack Dorsey.

CNET March 19, 2016

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Despite rumors to the contrary, it looks like Twitter won’t be letting users bloviate endlessly via tweets. The 140-character limit isn’t going anywhere, says CEO Jack Dorsey. READ MORE »
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