Privacy is an illusion
"It will also use this information to add tweets, accounts, and other content to your timeline that it thinks you'll find interesting, and to show you more relevant promoted content, it said."
It's very intrusive when Twitter not only believes it can know everything about you and your interests, but also adds stuff to your timeline.
So, this morning I was having a conversation on Twitter with a friend about the vulcano in Santorini. Seconds later, I got followed by a hotel in Athens and a villa somehwere in Greece. You can see the positive, or negative point of view of this.
However, I wonder if it's about time we started considering to give up this fight. The ones who have the big data are the only winners and privacy is not precisely on their agenda.