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But David Goldberg of Stanford Law School's Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, who represented Packingham, said Twitter hosts about 500 million tweets a day, and Snapchat hosts 10 billion videos — statistics that are not replicable elsewhere.
Besides the data summarized above, there is the question of whether Bateman’s experiments are replicable.
And while there’s only one Curry, the way Lacob and Guber run the franchise is replicable — at least in theory.
That means that the loop count is both something new, and also something that isn’t easily replicable elsewhere.
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