The option to invite others from Twitter will NOT be used/available. Here’s why: Twitter wants to violate privacy of users. Twitter wants a complete list of all users, entities, so that Twitter can data warehouse that information.
We need these additional details about your intended use of Twitter content:email@example.com
• A list of the government or public sector entities that will have access to Twitter content, or information derived from Twitter content, under this use case.
Please note, we require an exhaustive and complete list of all public sector entities who would have access to Twitter content under this use case. Failure to provide an exhaustive and complete list constitutes a violation of the Developer Agreement, and may lead to enforcement action, including a potential suspension of access.
This requirement does not apply to public sector entities with whom you may work or do business, but who would not have access to Twitter content, or information derived from Twitter content, under this use case.
• The specific use cases of your product or service by government or public sector entities, including information about:
– How you intend to analyze Tweets, Twitter users, or their content. [WE DO NOT DO THIS, DON’T CARE TO, AND THIS IS NOT NATURE OF THIS COMMUNITY. OPTION WAS SIMPLY COURTESY TO ALLOW INVITATIONS.]
– How Tweets and Twitter content will be displayed to users of your product or service, including whether Tweets and Twitter content will be displayed at row level, or aggregated. [IRONIC REQUEST: GIVEN ANYONE CAN PUBLICLY EMBED TWEETS ONTO ANY SITE/SERVICE, WITH OR WITHOUT PERMISSION.]
– The core business purpose for your product or service.
So, with that, we tried to “play nice”, but Twitter wants private information about users. Got Cambridge Analytica?