Twitter confirms: no more free API access for researchers

John Leonard
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Twitter confirms: no more free API access for researchers

To retain the same level of access, researchers will have to pay $100 per month

Twitter contacted academics over the weekend to tell them they would no longer be granted free in-depth access to Twitter data via its v2 API. Under that deal, qualified researchers were able to re...

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