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Today we’re excited to announce Wikistats and add Wikipedia to our ever-increasing list of data sources for our social data platform. Through Wikistats.co, DataSift provides a real-time insight into the trending articles on Wikipedia in the last 24 hours. Just as we identified the most popular stories on Twitter when we created Tweetmeme, Wikistats is another great showcase of what’s possible with DataSift’s Social-Data platform.

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Earlier this month the Electronic Frontier Foundation published their annual study of the privacy policies for top Internet companies. Twitter was ranked with an impressive 3.5 stars out of 4, (one of the highest on the list), highlighting its work across four areas: openness with data demands, transparency regarding requests, whether or not they fight in court for users’ privacy requests and whether or not they do so in Congress.

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If you had traded based on signals today to buy/sell Facebook stock, how would you have done? Probably pretty well! We’ve been closely monitoring Twitter’s social data and its relation to the Facebook stock price. What we found is pretty interesting. The positive and negative views on Twitter mirrored the fluctuations in Facebook stock price today.

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The last few months have been an amazing journey for us. It was only back in November last year that we launched DataSift. That seems like a lifetime ago when we look back at what we’ve achieved since then…

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Today we’re proud to announce a partnership with NewsCred – enabling companies for the first time to be able to understand, track and analyze news-articles as they flow through the Social Web.

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We’re pleased to announce our new partnership with enterprise social intelligence platform company NetBase. NetBase provides its customers with a comprehensive platform for real-time and long-term historic analysis of social media with the context of its clients’ overall business intelligence, discovering actionable insights.  That’s exactly the type of business intelligence that DataSift was created to support. Through the partnership, NetBase customers and reseller partners—including the SAP Social Media Analytics by NetBase solution and the J.D….

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Today we are pleased to announce the launch of Twitter Historic Data. This has been a very long term project for us with an immense amount of specialized engineering required to deliver a solution that is both scalable and easy to use. Below is a short video to explain how it works. Introduction to DataSift Historics Coverage: BBC News – Twitter partners with Datasift to unlock tweet archive TechCrunch – DataSift Unlocks Access To Historical…

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At DataSift we are obsessed with making it easier for companies to access Social data, analyze it, and get value from it. This week we are proud to announce the launch of a new way to access/use the Social Data produced by the DataSift platform.  Starting today, DataSift customers will have access to new Record and Export features, that allow even non-technical users to extract their social media data direct through our website into easy…

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“Those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it” – Winston Churchill   Today DataSift is excited to announce the launch of signs-ups for alpha access to Twitter Historical data. You can sign-up and reserve a space on our alpha list and be one of the first to test drive this new functionality when it is available in January.  The Alpha Program will give you full access to 60 days of the…

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Start tracking and analyzing Twitter data for your organization in less than 10 minutes! DataSift, the most sophisticated platform for managing and filtering social data, is live today at 2pm GMT. We invite you to explore this revolutionary new platform that has been designed to make tracking and analyzing Social Media data easy. DataSift offers access to the complete range of Twitter content, but you only pay for the tweets that are actually useful to…

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