The use of the Twitter API and development products to create spam or manipulate all forms of platforms is prohibited. You should read Twitter`s rules on platform manipulation and spam and make sure that your service is not contrary to our policies and does not allow people to violate them. We may suspend or terminate your account at any time for any reason or no reason, or cease providing some or all of the Services, including, but not limited to, if we believe in substance: (i) you have violated these Terms or Twitter`s rules and policies or Periscope Community Policies, ii) you will create possible legal risk or exposure for us; (iii) your account must be withdrawn due to unlawful conduct; (iv) your account must be withdrawn due to prolonged inactivity; or (v) our provision of the Services to you is no longer economically profitable. We will do everything in our power to notify you of the email address associated with your account or the next time you try to access your account, depending on the circumstances. In all such cases, the Terms end, including, but not limited to, your license to use the Services, except that the following sections remain applicable: II, III, V and VI. If you believe that your account has been terminated in error, you can appeal in accordance with the steps in our Help Center (help.twitter.com/forms/general?subtopic=suspended). For the avoidance of doubt, these terms exist even after your account has been deactivated or terminated. We want to enable and inspire more developers to build with Twitter, especially as we work on the next generation of the Twitter API. With a clearer and more relevant set of developer rules, people can more easily understand how to build successfully with Twitter. That`s why the new developer policy is written in clearer language, shortened from eight to four sections, and updated to reflect the multiple ways developers rely on our API today and in the future. Here`s a summary of the major updates: Developers can create and manage Twitter projects and apps through the Developer Portal dashboard. Here you can find the app-ID, edit the name, description, website and callback URL of an app and set the access levels of an app. The most important thing is that you can re-generate here the Key & Secret API, the Jeken Bearer or the access bar of the application owner if they are lost.