Twitter cracks down on users’ privacy

Twitter cracks down on users' privacy

The social networking site Twitter has taken strict measures to protect users’ privacy by banning the sharing of photos and videos without permission.
According to the French news agency (AFP), Twitter cracks down announced on Tuesday that the company has banned the sharing of photos and videos of ordinary users without their consent.


Twitter cracks down that under the new rules, people who are not public figures can ask Twitter to remove photos or videos that have been posted without their permission. The agency added that the restrictions would not apply to public figures (celebrities or celebrities). It should be noted that Twitter has already banned the publication of users’ personal information such as phone numbers or home addresses. These measures are aimed at protecting the privacy of the public.

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