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6/13/2014
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Twitter Rules Trustworthy Websites

Social networks scored high in a new report on website privacy and security, while news companies scored the lowest.

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stotheco
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6/18/2014 | 8:20:32 AM
Re: Twitter's reputation may not last
Good point. I actually wonder why Twitter is succombing to such pressure. We certainly don't see Facebook doing that.
Thomas Claburn
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6/13/2014 | 5:30:28 PM
Twitter's reputation may not last
If Twitter keeps censoring accounts under political pressure, its reputation is bound to suffer. It's hard to censor without taking sides and once you take sides, trust erodes.

 
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