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Twitter drops ‘Do Not Track’ privacy protection

Twitter has discontinued support of the Do Not Track browser preference. While we had hoped that our support for Do Not Track would spur industry adoption, an industry-standard approach to Do Not Track did not materialize…We now offer more granular privacy controls.”

“We’ve updated our Privacy Policy, effective June 18th, 2017. You can learn more about what’s changed on our Help Center.”

Please be advised that Do Not Track is active and alive on the Internet and remains an option for users regardless of what applications they use and sites that they may visit.

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