Twitter is tweaking the permissions process used for third-party applications, offering a more explicit list of what features and information an app will access, and which ones remain private, when you first install it . It's not a massive change, but making those processes clearer is always welcome (yes Facebook, that's a dig at you). [Twitter Blog]
Twitter Updates Permission Options For Third-Party Apps
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