Twitter suspends bad apps, changes rules for API access

John Leonard
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Twitter - tightening the rules for access

143,000 apps suspended in Q2; developers must now register to use APIs

Twitter blocked 143,000 apps from using its API between April and June for violating its policies. In a blog post Yoel Roth, API policy, and Rob Johnson, senior director product management at the social...

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