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Hey, why not? The guy that wrote your article can just yawn some more. Why shouldn't the feds have access to your Twitter feeds? No harm there

It could be an invaluable tool for identifying epidemics early.
The data is public anyway, isn't it?
As I understand it, the Feds just want better access to what people consciously publicize on Twitter anyway, right?
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