Twitter Circle tweets are no longer private!
Twitter is a popular social media platform used by millions of people around the world. It’s a platform where users can share their thoughts, ideas, and opinions with others through short messages called tweets. Twitter has been used by many as a tool to connect with friends and family, share information and news, and even to network professionally. However, with recent changes to the platform’s private policy, Twitter Circle tweets are no longer as private as they once were.
Twitter Circle is a feature that allows users to share tweets with a subset of their followers rather than the entire globe. It is a method of limiting who may view your tweets, making it a more private manner of communicating on the network. Tweets shared within a Twitter Circle, however, are no longer as private as they once were due to recent policy changes.
Users can now share tweets from Twitter Circle with their follower’s thanks to a feature added by Twitter. This implies that tweets that were previously private and only accessible to a small number of people can now be seen by a far larger audience. With this modification, users will be able to share content with a wider audience while still retaining some degree of privacy. Tweets sent through Twitter Circles are no longer as private as they previously were, though.
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The change in Twitter’s policy has caused concern among users who have used Twitter Circle as a way to communicate more privately with others. Many people may have shared sensitive information or personal thoughts within Twitter Circle, assuming that their tweets can now be seen by a wider audience, potentially putting their privacy and safety at risk.
To maintain some level of privacy, Twitter users who want to share content within a more limited group of people may need to consider using other messaging apps that offer end-to-end encryption. This will help to ensure that their message remain private and cannot be accessed by anyone else. Users may also need to be more cautions about what they share on social media, especially if they don’t want their tweets to be seen by a wider audience.
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Author: Priyanka priyadarshini Dwibedy
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