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The social media company has been using its massive platform to collect massive amounts of data about users, including how long they spend on various platforms, what they watch, how often they tweet, and how often their profiles appear.
This data is used to create a profile of users based on how frequently they interact with other users.
This is the first time that Twitter has actually taken any action to curb the use of its platform for such purposes.
The company said it would work to ensure that the use was not being used for other purposes.
But the company is still collecting a massive amount of information about its users in the name of keeping users informed.
Twitter has also used this data to identify users with whom it has been in contact, according to a blog post published Wednesday by the company.
Users who are on Twitter’s list of those it believes are most likely to engage with others on the platform are then given the option to opt-out of that list.
But Twitter has not yet made that change to its opt-in program.
It also updated some of its privacy terms of service, and added a section on what it will do with user information it collects about them.
The policy also includes instructions for people who are affected by the new program to change their information settings to block it.
Twitter also said it is working with the government to better understand the scope of the program and how it will be used.