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While most tweets are public, Twitter charges companies and organisations to collect them en masse. Music news, reviews, interviews and features from the. Donald Trump cannot block Twitter users because it violates their right to free speech under the First Amendment, a New York judge has ruled.
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Large datasets are particularly useful. Twitter sold data to the Cambridge University academic who harvested millions of Facebook users information without their knowledge, the Sunday Telegraph can reveal. Aleksandr Kogan, who created tools for Cambridge Analytica that allowed the political consultancy to psychologically profile and target voters, bought the data from the microblogging website in 2015, before the recent scandal came to light. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Football news, scores, live coverage, video, pictures, gossip and more from Telegraph Sport.
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The Knight Institute and the individual Twitter users claimed in their lawsuit that by blocking users for their views, Mr Trump was shutting them out of discussion in a public forum, violating the First Amendment. She stopped short of directly ordering Trump to unblock users, saying it was not necessary to enter a "legal thicket" involving courts' power over the president. Among the more high profile users reportedly blocked by the president are novelists Stephen King and Anne Rice, comedian Rosie O'Donnell, model Chrissy Teigen, actress Marina Sirtis and the military veterans political action committee VoteVets.
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