I am getting the 20,000 limit, but the requests are being made from a
whitelisted IP. According to the documentation, whitelisted IP take
precedence over authentication, so requests will count against your IP
limit rather than the user's.
As a general question related to this topic: For all the developers
who are working on a solution that involves authenticated users, would
it be more convenient to get removed from the whitelist (or never
apply for it) and use the authenticated user's 150 requests/hour

On Jul 15, 8:20 am, Greg <gregory.av...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is anyone else getting 20,000 API calls when calling the
> rate_limit_status API? It doesnt matter who I authenticate with - it
> always shows 20,000 API calls for the user. Unless Twitter has given
> everyone 20,000 - I don't think that this is right.
> Thanks,
> Greg

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