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What If Twitter Was Private By Default?

Twitter is a more open network than LinkedIn, Facebook, and most other social networks out there. New users are encouraged to start tweeting with the world (potentially) listening. But what if Twitter was closed – not open – by default?
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Twitter Joins Long List Of Companies Opposing California Privacy Bill

Twitter has added its voice to a long list of tech companies that have shouted a resounding “no way!” at California law makers who proposed a privacy bill that would specifically target social networks. The companies submitted a formal letter of opposition to the bill, which included arguments that it was unconstitutional, it would damage the economy, and it would negatively impact social network users.
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