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Twitter's future glory: One of the most valuable data sources in history

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Twitter's future glory: One of the most valuable data sources in human history

While Twitter is trying to decide what it wants to be when it grows up, there's one path it keeps ignoring that would best serve the public, businesses, and Twitter itself.

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