PeopleBrowsrâ€™s case against Twitter heads back to state court after federal court ruling - The Next Web
Rohit Khare stashed this in Startups
I want to hear what the lawyers who drafted the contract have to say. I can't believe the debate over termination-for-convenience has gone this far... guess I don't understand the law, or the risk of putting ToS cases in front of CA courts.
PeopleBrowsr feels genuinely wronged:
PeopleBrowsr, a social analytics service for marketers and parent company to social influence serviceÂ Kred, sued Twitter last year alleging that it had unfairly lost access to the Twitter firehose.Â The lawsuit claimed that Twitter receives more than $1 million per year from PeopleBrowsr for access based on an agreement the companies had in June 2010. The company argued that any denial of access to the Twitter data stream could â€śdevastate [PeopleBrowsr's] businessâ€ť.