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How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter In the backdrop of rampant hacking and ever-mounting data tracking, an additional layer of safeguard for sensitive information against unauthorized access has become indispensable.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Prefers DuckDuckGo Search Engine There is no doubt that Google has an upper hand as a search engine, thanks to all those little intuitive details it adds to the search results to make the results more relevant and resourceful.
Twitter won't remove inactive accounts; canceled plan after user backlash The micro-blogging platform on November 26 announced to permanently delete inactive accounts from December 11 that have not been used for more than six months.
Twitter To Remove Accounts That Have Been Inactive for Over 6 Months Haven’t been active on Twitter for a long while? Don’t want to lose access to an existing Twitter username?
8 of the Best Social Networking Sites that Are Decentralized and Blockchain-Based Major social networking services like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are all completely centralized – they store all the data, can change the user experience at will, and are in charge of everything that happens on their platforms.
Facebook Beta Testing New Twitter-like UI With Dark Mode Facebook has started the public beta testing of its redesigned website interface that bears a striking resemblance to the screenshots showed off by the company
Twitter’s “Lights Out” Dark Theme Finally Shows Up on Android Twitter has been giving its platform a massive rework over the past few months and an AMOLED dark theme was one of the most welcoming changes.
Twitter for Mac App Relaunched; Thanks to macOS Catalina’s Catalyst Even after resistance from its community, Twitter discontinued its native Mac app earlier last year to focus its energy towards “building a consistent experience” across platforms.
Twitter Says Phone Numbers Provided for Security Accidentally Used for Ad Purposes Twitter admitted on Tuesday that a number of users’ emails and phone numbers may have been misused by the company and “inadvertently” used for ad purposes.
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