If you tweet with any regularity, we have some points you should be aware of – and possibly rethink.
In our post earlier today, we told you about an unnerving experiment where a Japanese writer tracked down three people in a crowded region of Japan – using only the tweets they sent. Could someone do that to you? Let’s review a few trouble spots that may compromise your personal privacy:
Does your profile contain your full name and location?
Transparency is important, but knowing the specific town where you live is not. I’m okay with knowing which state you live in and if we network beyond that, I’ll get more info in time.
So how evolved are you when it comes to personal privacy on Twitter? And what would you add to this list?
This post originally appeared on AdWeek's Social Times
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