. The changes include Twitter's new support for the Do Not Track feature in some Web browsers, and a clearer disclosure about what data the company collects on users.
Twitter will now share data that users give it permission to share, as well as information that's neither private nor personal, the report said. Further, it will also do so to protect a user, such as to fight fraud or help protect their systems, and will also comply with requests from law enforcement agencies.Eduard Goodman
, chief privacy officer for Identity Theft
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