Twitter:
Privacy Guide

What is Twitter? Twitter is known as a micro-blogging site. Blogging has been around for some time. Usually blogging consists of people setting up basic websites where they write about whatever they want, whether it be politics, sport, cooking, fashion etc. Posting a message is known as a tweet. People make connections by following other people’s twitter feeds. Once you click follow, anything that person or organization says will appear on your timeline. You can tweet a person by putting the @ symbol before their username.

As with many social networking sites, there are risks for users. And many of the risks are the same as those which come with all the other social networking sites. Twitter is a very public forum. While users can lock their profiles so that only followers can see their tweets, it’s generally a very open website. This means that almost anyone can log on and view what a specific person has said since they joined the site.

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Data Linked to You

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Health & Fitness (NO)

Purchases (YES)

Financial Info (NO)

Location (YES)

Contact Info (YES)

Contacts (YES)

User Content (YES)

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Search History (YES)

Browsing History (YES)

Identifiers (YES)

Usage Data (YES)

Sensitive Info (NO)

Diagnostics (YES)

Other Data (NO)

Twitter App - What it's collecting on you.

We've provide this graphic based on Twitter's privacy policy and data that may be collected or linked to your identify.

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