Excerpts from David Kirkpatrick's new book
In an attempt to move beyond standard promoted tweets, Twitter is trying so hard to legitimize its business model that, well, you're about to find out just how much Twitter really knows about where you shop. And the main privacy model "doesn't actually provide protection," a leading online privacy firm tells The Atlantic Wire.
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While users cry foul, a handful of tech bloggers highlight the social network's improvements
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