James Mullan Shouting About Tweets in Google Search Results
Jinfo Article

10th April 2015

By James Mullan

Abstract

Twitter and Google have reached a deal to automatically make tweets available in Google search results. James Mullan ponders what this means for areas such as privacy and accountability if you’re one of the 284 million personal or professional users of Twitter.

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