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Posts Tagged ‘User Data’

The Top 10 Countries That Request User Data From Twitter [STATS]

Government request (or theft) of private social network user data is a hot-button topic of late.

It’s an area in which Twitter has always stood out in protection of its users, maintaining an unabashed policy of transparency in disclosing what data requests are made and defending its users’ security at all costs.

That doesn’t mean, though, that Twitter data isn’t highly coveted by governments worldwide.

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20 Twitter Stats From 2012

Digital marketing exec Brian Honigman put together a handy list of 100 Fascinating Social Media Statistics and Figures From 2012 for the Huffington Post.

Obviously, the 20 nuggets of Twitter info were the ones that caught our eye. Take a peek, followed by our commentary:

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What Happens if Twitter Starts Collecting More User Data?

As it is, Twitter isn’t so much a social network as an informational network: your profile is limited, your interactions are more often than not with people you don’t actually know, and you are more likely to share news stories than last-night-I-got-so-wasted stories. But now that Twitter has all guns firing on its advertising platform, will we see more requests for personal information to better target ads and appease advertisers?
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