|December 1, 2014|
|How To Disable Twitter's App Tracking Feature|
|By Josh Wolford|
Twitter has just added a section to its security & privacy terms that explains how the company is about the start "collecting and occasionally updating the list of apps installed on your mobile device".
Re/code first spotted the updated page, which explains Twitter's 'App Graph' and what it means for you.
In short, Twitter is occasionally checking in on which apps you have downloaded – but that's as far as it goes. Twitter assures users that "we are only collecting the list of applications you have installed ... we are not collecting any data within the applications." [...]
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