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?Twitter Provides Full Tweet Archive to Non-Enterprise Customers

Twitter today announced that it is launching a new offering that will give developers access to the full Twitter archive which contains all tweets going back to the first one posted by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in 2006. Previously, full archive access was limited to Twitter's enterprise customers. Non-enterprise customers could use Twitter's standard API to retrieve tweets from the past seven days or Twitter's premium Search Tweets API to access an archive containing tweets from the past 30 days.
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