Twitter Api Developer Agreement

Direct messages Our direct messaging points provide access to DM conversations from users who have given explicit permissions to a given application. We do not sell direct messages. Our DM APIs offer limited access for developers to create personalized experiences on Twitter, like Wendy`s March Madness Bracket Builder. For accounts they own or manage, businesses can create these conversation experiences supported by people or chatbots to communicate directly with customers for customer service, marketing, and brand connection. For all of our APIs and data products, we take our responsibility to protect our users` data seriously. We follow strict policies and processes for evaluating how developers use Twitter data and limit the misuse of that data. If we learn that a developer is violating our policies, we take appropriate action, including suspending and stopping access to Twitter`s APIs and data products. All Twitter content made available to third parties remains subject to this policy and such third parties must approve Twitter`s terms of use, privacy policy, developer agreement and developer policy before receiving such downloads. You must not allow a company to circumvent any other restrictions or restrictions on the distribution of Twitter content such as those contained in this policy, the developer agreement or any other agreement with Twitter. Twitter loves developers. We are thrilled and amazed by the tools and services this community is developing using Twitter data performance. As part of our commitment to this community, we want to provide open and fair access to developers, safe for people on Twitter, and beneficial to the Twitter platform as a whole.

To achieve these goals, we`ve created the Developer Policy as a guide that helps people understand our policies and expectations for the proper use of API and Twitter content. For reasons of data integrity and platform integrity, you may not disrupt, intercept, interrupt or disable the functionality of the Twitter API or Twitter Service. In other words, use the APIs as expected and documented on developer.twitter.com. For more information about permitted use, see our HackerOne guidelines. You may not save Twitter passwords or ask people to directly provide you with their Twitter password, account login information, or developer application information (including consumer keys). We recommend using Sign-in with Twitter as an authentication tool to connect your service and people on Twitter…