The way I'm reading it it falls under 1. But I might be mistaken.

--James Gifford
http://jamesrgifford.com

On Jun 3, 2011, at 17:01, Correa Denzil <mcen...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am collecting Twitter data for my research. The API says that :
>
> [1] "Anonymous calls are based on the IP of the host and are permitted
> 150 requests per hour. This classification includes unauthenticated
> requests (such as RSS feeds), and authenticated requests to resources
> that do not require authentication."
>
> [2] "OAuth calls are permitted 350 requests per hour."
>
> I want to seek a clarification on point [1]. Lets say I want to access
> a list of followers of a user id (which is public). Would this be
> counted as rate limiting under point [1] or point [2] ?
>
>
> --Regards,
> Denzil
>
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