We do not associate this web browsing history with your name, email address, phone number, or username, and we delete, obfuscate, or aggregate it after no longer than 30 days.
What type of data does Twitter use?
Usage data, based on what links you interact with via Twitter and how. Twitter also uses browser data stored as “cookies.” Log data based on website usage, even if the person accessing Twitter hasn’t logged in or created a Twitter account.
Does Twitter track your data?
To really make those ads effective, Twitter says it infers certain things about you based on the data it collects, including your age, language and gender. Twitter also uses it to detect fraud and stop other kinds of abuse on its platform and to show you tweets it thinks you’ll find relevant.
What is Twitter’s security policy?
For added security, Twitter offers two-factor authentication and added verification around password resets. You can access these settings by going to More > Settings and Privacy > Account > Security. You can then set up how you receive your second form of verification: text message, authenticator app, or security key.
Does Twitter delete data?
When you delete your Twitter account:
Data is only retained for 30 days from date of deactivation after which it is deleted. Twitter retains its licence to use any content you post (see discussion on the licence in this post).
Who owns the data on Twitter?
Twitter says that its users own their tweets, and all that personal information. The court says Twitter does, and should hand them over when subpoenaed.
Is Twitter a safe app?
Twitter is a secure website, as it requires password-protected accounts for all of its users. As long as you protect your password and adjust your privacy settings, your account should remain secure. After all, you wouldn’t want someone commandeering your account and tweeting as if they were you.