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“Twitter shut off service to three popular applications for the micro-blogging service Friday morning, alleging privacy, trademark and marketing offenses.”
“McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) racked up his millionth Twitter follower nearly six weeks agoand now has roughly 1.2 million followers on the popular micro-blogging site.”
“An Oklahoma City man who allegedly threatened on Twitter to turn a tax protest into a massacre has been arrested on suspicion of making interstate threats in what is believed to be the first federal prosecution based on posts made to the micro-blogging site.”
“Another survey from Neilsen says that 60% of twitter users are leaving the micro-blogging site after 1 month of its use.”
“I guess I missed the late-breaking rumor that Google may be buying hot micro-blogging/messaging service Twitter for ungodly sums of money.”
“Twitter plays a big part in what Boxee does; Ronen himself maintains the @Boxee account on the micro-blogging service answering questions, delivering news and taking advice from users.”
“Twitter is a communications system that functions as a cross between a huge, open IM chat room and blogging by snippet, or micro-blogging.”
“Twitter is a communications system that functions as a cross between a huge, open IM chat room, and blogging by snippet, or micro-blogging.”
“Meanwhile, there are signs that Internet censors' escalating efforts to stifle such calls could cloud the future of some micro-blogging and social-networking businesses in China.”
“The Wall Street Journal reported that this past weekend, as many Chinese tried to organize via social media, the government reportedly blocked mentions of the words "Jasmine" or references to meeting places and disabled search functions on a popular micro-blogging site.”
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