TimesLines, Inc v. Facebook, Inc.
DECLARATION of Brendan J. Hughes regarding motion for summary judgment 79 , memorandum 80 (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 1 - 13, # 2 Exhibit 14 - 17, # 3 Exhibit 18 - 19, # 4 Exhibit 20 - 31, # 5 Exhibit 32 - 35, # 6 Exhibit 36 - 40, # 7 Exhibit 41 - 43, # 8 Exhibit 44 - 46, # 9 Exhibit 47 - 51, # 10 Exhibit 52 - 57, # 11 Exhibit 58 - 59, # 12 Exhibit 60 - 62, # 13 Exhibit 63.1, # 14 Exhibit 63.2, # 15 Exhibit 64 - 71)(Hughes, Brendan)
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What is Twitter?
Twitter is an information network that brings people
closer to what’s important to them.
Every day, millions of people turn to Twitter to
connect to their interests, to share information,
and find out what's happening in the world right
now. Anyone can read, write and share messages
of up to 140 characters on Twitter. These
messages, or Tweets, are available to anyone
interested in reading them, whether logged in or
not. Your followers receive every one of your messages in their timeline a feed of all the accounts they have subscribed to or followed on Twitter.
This unique combination of open, public, and unfiltered Tweets delivered
in a simple, standardized 140-character unit, allows Twitter users to
share and discover what’s happening on any device in real time.
For businesses on Twitter, the
conversation is the canvas
It took Twitter three years, two months and one day to reach our first
billion Tweets. Today, there are over a billion Tweets sent every three
days. These Tweets represent conversations related to almost any topic
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For businesses and brands, these conversations provide a rich canvas
and a powerful context in which to connect your messages and your
brand to what people are talking about right now. It’s a canvas for telling
engaging stories, for participating in cultural events, for broadcasting
content, for connecting directly with consumers, and for driving
transactions. Businesses can influence and participate in real-time
conversations on Twitter to drive consumer action with integrated paid,
earned and owned campaigns, delivering results throughout the
Businesses can also use Twitter to listen and gather market intelligence
and insights. It is likely that people are already having conversations
about your business, your competitors or your industry on Twitter.
To learn more about how businesses are finding success on Twitter,
download our free Twitter Guide for Small Business, or check out our
Twitter Advertising case studies.
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