Twitter Is Giving Its Users More Control Over Personalization, Data Usage

The social network also updated its Privacy Policy

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Twitter is rolling out updates “in the coming days” to better enable its users to control how their information on the social network is used.

The Your Twitter Data section of Twitter.com and its applications will now give users control over information including their demographic and interest data, as well as advertisers that have included them in tailored audiences.

Twitter’s Personalization and Data settings will feature more control over how users’ experiences on the social network are personalized and how their information is shared via certain partnerships Twitter is involved in, and users can easily fine-tune their personalization settings and opt out of “various types” of data usage and sharing.

Finally, when users log in to Twitter, their devices will be associated with their accounts in order to ensure authentication and personalization, and Twitter said in a blog post:

We may also personalize your experience based on information from other devices besides the ones...

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