Thanks for confirming. In other words, they will just have to say goodbye to tweets on their website. Further development hassles to re-instate is not an option here.
I couldn’t really care less, I don’t use Twitter much. But TV shows seem to like it, and the ones I worked on were previously giving Twitter a lot of exposure and recruitment including displaying latest tweets on their website. Now the party is over.
Seems strange to me this decision by Twitter. If the content of the tweets originates from the site owner, Twitter shouldn’t be putting access restrictions in place just to get that content back onto the site. Without the message in the tweet, Twitter would just be a bunch of @ and # tumbleweeds. The way the internet works best is when this sort of data can be made available for systems to share and read without barriers and logins to spoil the fun.