Twitter sacrifices the privacy of his users. As consumers, what do we expect of this company?
Since June 2017, Twitter abandoned the petition of “Do Not Track” (DNT) affecting the right to privacy of his users. DNT is used by the navigators for requesting the web pages not to track the users for publicity campaigns. With this decision, companies will duplicate the technology for directing more banner ads to the consumers.
Twitter’s arbitrary decision make unprotected consumers which are not allow to make an opinion on the subject. Also, there are no tools for avoiding that situation unless we close our acount.
Until then, it seems that the advertisers will not have mercy on us.
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