Twitter’s Response To PeopleBrowsr Lawsuit: ‘This Is Contracts 101′

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When the news broke earlier this evening that PeopleBrowsr had won a temporary restraining order protecting its access to Twitter’s firehose of data, Twitter provided a terse response saying that it plans to “vigorously defend” itself in the broader legal case. Now the company has given me its actual filing in response to PeopleBrowsr — technically, the filing focuses on the restraining order (an issue on which Twitter lost), but it also lays out the other side of the story, ...

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