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Twitter confirmed on its earnings conference call with financial analysts that it has reached a deal with Google to provide the search company with a fire hose of its data. As previously rumored, the deal will give Google access to up-to-the minute data from tweets as they’re posted to the social network to draw new people to it.

CEO Dick Costolo didn’t reveal agreement details on the call, but Twitter will receive data licensing revenue to provide the information to Google. According to Costolo, the Google deal is designed to get people who aren’t logged in to Twitter to interact with content on the social network.

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