Twitter is implementing a feature that alerts users if their tweet may violate the platform’s rules. This feature aims to prevent suspensions by giving users a chance to revise their language before sending the tweet. It specifically focuses on flagging replies that contain certain keywords, helping to differentiate between bots and genuine users. While some may find this new feature creepy, others see it as a positive step towards promoting better behavior on the platform. This development ties into the broader conversation around the ethics of persuasive design and the potential for misuse in technology. It is important to consider both the potential benefits and drawbacks of such features in order to ensure the responsible use of behavioral engineering techniques.