Eyewitness Accounts, Human Behavior Data: Things At Risk With Twitter’s Demise

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By The Conversation Anjana Susarla, Michigan State University What does a cybersecurity researcher building a system to generate alerts for detecting security threats and vulnerabilities, a wildfire watcher who tracks the spread of forest fires, and public health professionals trying to predict enrollment in health insurance exchanges have in common? They all rely on analyzing data from Twitter. Also Read:Donald Trump Returns To Twitter After Elon Musk’s Poll: All You Need To Know Twitter is a microblogging service, meaning it’s designed for sharing posts of short segments of text and embedded…

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