Pretty much, but it also provides them with analytics for URLs as well as the 
ability to stop malware sharing URLs in their tracks.

On 22 May 2011, at 16:57, TJ Luoma wrote:

> On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 11:47 AM, Mo <> wrote:
>> I understand what's happening. The issue is that now my domain doesn't
>> appear in my tweets. It's a marketing issue. I'd like to know what the
>> workaround is, since one seems to exist for other link shorteners.
> This is part of Twitter's move to take total control over their
> platform. They can modify your content however they want to because
> it's their sandbox, they just let the rest of us play in it.

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