I started to see reports Sunday that Twitter has begun to roll out the "download all of my tweets" function it has been promising users since this summer. Slaw reports that many Twitter users have recently begun to share that the feature is now available on their accounts. To see if it is available on your account, do the following: 1. Go to your Twitter settings; 2. Scroll down to see if there is a button for "Your Twitter Archive;" and 3. If there is such a button, click on it and Twitter will email you a zip file with your complete archive of Tweets in html form; Users who have the feature available report that when you open the HTML file, it displays a page that looks like the Twitter website that allows you to browse your tweets by month and search the complete archive. In the EU, users have for some time now been able to obtain a similar zip file containing "account details, tweets, favorites, direct messages, lists and saved searches." Why would you want to get a copy of your complete archive of tweets, DMs and other information from Twitter? It may be demanded in litigation,...

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