A company that filters data from Twitter to provide early warning alerts to emergency responders is suing the social network, claiming it invalidly terminated a service agreement without explanation.
The Dutch firm CrowdSense runs the service Publicsonar, which is used by state bodies in the Netherlands and surrounding regions to assist them in a crisis or emergency situation.
Last month Twitter moved to terminate an agreement with the company, invoking a clause that allows services...
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