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Twitter Privacy Center Opens


The social media giant Twitter, whose name has been mistaken for privacy violations, opens a section to provide privacy information to its users. In addition, the site will also change its privacy policy.

Twitter acknowledges that in a blog post today, there are points that can be improved to protect the privacy of its users Twitter Privacy Center announced. The purpose of the Privacy Center, shared by users provide more clarity on what Twitter does to protect information. Twitter also announced that it will update the site's privacy policy in a series of tweets it shares. This change will take effect on 1 January 2020.

Site, tweet series of new developments announced Şirket We believe that companies should take a more responsible attitude towards people who trust and entrust their personal information and not only protect personal information but explain how it does it " statements.

The purpose of the new Privacy Center is to:

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Privacy Center; privacy innovations, Designed as a home base to provide information on announcements, new privacy products, communications about security incidents, and more. On the day the updates were made and the Twitter Privacy Center was opened, the following tweet was shared by the site:

"Today we update our terms and privacy policy and launch the Twitter Privacy Center. These updates are supported by an emerging privacy and data protection program that is responsible for us and to keep your data safe."

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Twitter also General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) last April to update the privacy policy. The social networking giant, who has been subjected to review for past confidentiality actions, provides users with e-mail addresses and phone numbers accidentally used for advertising purposes had been identified. It was also explained that the information could also be shared with third parties.

Source :
https://www.cnet.com/news/twitter-launches-privacy-center-to-explain-what-its-actually-doing-with-your-data/