February 17, 2012


If you use the social networking site, "Twitter," and have a smartphone, chances are your privacy has already taken yet another hit.


Twitter has admitted copying entire address books from smartphones and storing the data on its servers, often without customers' knowledge.

Also, Twitter isn't the only social networking site that's doing this

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