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Twitter Developers: You’ve Got Until March To Comply With The New API Guidelines

As promised, Twitter has officially released their new API guidelines, and is telling developers they have until March to comply – or get cut off.
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AP Updates Its Stance Towards Twitter For The Third Time This Year

It must be tough to be in the traditional journalism field. Us tech bloggers have cut our teeth on social media, making mistakes and learning the ropes as we grew. But traditional journalists have had it tougher when it comes to social: they have big brother Associated Press telling them what to tweet and what not to tweet.

It’s all in the name of journalistic integrity, of course, but it must be tough for journalists to keep up with the policy changes over at the AP. Today’s change to their social media guidelines marks the third in the past year.
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UK Journalists Can Now Tweet From Any Courtroom Without Getting Permission First

New rules have been set out for social media in the courtroom, and Twitter is getting a warm welcome. Journalists in the UK can now use Twitter during court proceedings without requesting permission before tweeting.
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New AP Guidelines For Retweets: No Opinions Allowed From Journalists

The Associated Press has issued new social media guidelines that target their journalists’ tweeting.
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Athletes At The London Olympics Could Be Banned For Misusing Twitter

With all of the sports personalities who have found themselves in hot water after a miscalculated tweet, it’s no surprise the International Olympics Committee has set out strict guidelines for the athletes competing in London in 2012, and their guidelines are strict: a poorly thought-out tweet could result in a total ban from the Games.
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