Friday December 6, 2019

Social media analysis firm sues Twitter over account suspension

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

16th June, 2019

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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