Thursday, May 19, 2011

Twitter gives members more control over data

Twitter has announced a series of new measures to give its members more control over their own data. Input, the applications that work with access to direct messages (private, addressed to another member of the network) must reapply for permission. Since June, applications that do not require such access will not.

Moreover, the network renewed the display of permits to facilitate the administration of access by the network member. According to Twitter, the changes are introduced at the behest of members and developers to provide a greater level of control and transparency to the management of privacy.

However, some developers believe that external applications can add more controls to discourage Internet users from Twitter to use these tools.

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