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Twitter’s full tweet archive now free for academic researchers

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Zee News, January 2021

Twitter has allowed third-party academic researchers free access to the full history of public conversation via the full-archive search endpoint, which was previously limited to paid premium or enterprise customers. Twitter API was first introduced in 2006 and since then, academic researchers have used data from the public conversation to study topics as diverse as the conversation on Twitter itself.

These include state-backed efforts to disrupt the public conversation to floods and climate change, from attitudes and perceptions about COVID-19 to efforts to promote healthy conversation online. “Today, academic researchers are one of the largest groups of people using the Twitter API,” the company said in a blog post late on Tuesday.

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