Twitter is a public network, so why talk about privacy?
Certainly, the use of Twitter looks a bit like a stand in a corner on the street with a megaphone to talk across it. So it may be confusing some thing to talk about private matters openly, especially your opinions and your comments and your memories.
Twitter is pretty much like Facebook, you collect data from your device and can follow you from your phone to the computer to the other computer, add it to the collection of data from websites that you visit which includes content from Twitter regardless of whether you’ve logged in to the service or not.
Twitter collect your contact information about your friends and family week or contacts for commercial or any other number in your contacts in case you search for friends by Contacts.
All of this data will give twitter the fast of the rich from your web browsing interests.
How to use Twitter data personal?
The company says it uses your data to display ads that you think will attract your interest.
Do you have any opinion on these data collected?
You can change the privacy settings varied, including ads based on interests, in addition to allowing or preventing the social network from tracking you across devices, use your geographic location to customize ads.
For in these settings, go to your account settings and select “privacy & security” in the list to the right or left according to the language use of the service. Then he moved down to the “customization data” and select Edit and the appropriate adjustments for you.