When Marketing, PR And Technology Collide: Why Is PeopleBrowsr Going After Twitter, Exactly?

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So, this was bound to happen. A developer company that built itself on top of someone else’s data lost access to it. And it wants to sue.

I was sucked into the ploy at first, the whole “Klout but better for the people!” thing.

So now here we are, the Twitter firehose is being shut off, for reasons, and PeopleBrowsr has no schtick left. No…clout, if you will. What else could it possibly do? Try to file stupid lawsuits that hopefully rally the developer community that also ...

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