by Mary C. Long
Twitter privacy doesn’t tend to matter to people in the same way that Facebook privacy does — perhaps because Twitter’s privacy settings are pretty black-and-white, and don’t require quite as much thought . . . or doooo they?
On Twitter, your account is private, or it’s not.
You can’t hide Tweets from particular users, and you can’t stop yourself appearing in searches. You know that. You deal with it.
But what about the things you can control? And what if not controlling these things lands you in a social sabotage snafu?
Read the full post here on Examiner!
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