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'No place to hide': Twitter contacts give your preferences away, study finds
by Umberto Bacchi
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
21 January 2019
On 21 January 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Bad news for anyone coming off social media in the hope it will preserve their privacy. It won't. Research published on Monday (21 January) showed social media platforms such as Twitter can be used to glean information about the preferences of former users by monitoring as few as eight of their one-time contacts.
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