Skip to main content


So far, Twitter has proven highly sensitive to privacy concerns. Having learned from Facebook's mistakes early on, it publishes an easy-to-understand privacy policy that allows users to quickly opt out of its tracking functions and respects the do-not-track settings in internet browsers. It also has earned public trust by resisting and exposing government efforts to subpoena Twitter users' data—to the extent that the Electronic Frontier Foundation named it the best large tech company for protecting your data from the government.

Monday, September 23, 2013
Mother Jones
JavaScript license information