Thank you for clarification Brian.
On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 12:02 AM, Brian Sutorius <bsutor...@twitter.com>wrote:
> Hi Furkan,
> Public information is public. If someone without a Twitter account can
> view that information on a user's Twitter profile, or if the same
> information can be returned from an unauthenticated API call, it's
> considered public information and you may display it. Twitter does not
> require certain display conventions to indicate that the information
> comes from a protected account, but as you may notice, we use a lock
> icon on protected accounts.
> Brian Sutorius
> Twitter API Policy
> On Jul 11, 3:02 pm, Furkan Kuru <furkank...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have read the terms of service (https://twitter.com/tos) and api
> > But it is not clear whether we can publish a protected account's profile
> > information as shown in their profile page. (only screen_name, name,
> > website, bio, follower, friends count) with a proper way as twitter
> > specifies (i.e twitter icon, screen name)
> > We will add a filter for protected accounts if we do not have right to
> > display basic user information for protected users.
> > --
> > Furkan Kuru