In this url http://dev.datasift.com/docs/products/pylon-fbtd/howto/developer-guide/introducing-facebook-topic-data#stories is explained that is possible to read FB post’s content (fb.content).
“The content of the post is available in the fb.content target”.
Is it right?
If i search for posts where fb.content contains “Coca cola” and Pylon query retrieves 200 posts, the question is: Can i read these 200 status text content or not?
On the other hand, at this url https://datasift.com/products/pylon-for-facebook-topic-data/faq/
“Can I see the actual text, images, videos etc. from posts?
No. All Facebook topic data is in aggregate form to protect user privacy. For example, instead of receiving raw interaction data such as “I like Coca-Cola!” your result could show that 500 women in Iowa have mentioned Coca-Cola in a positive way.”
It’s important for me to access to raw interactions, because i have to perform “my” sentiment analysis on status text content. The aggregated value on content is not a good information.