Twitter releases massive propaganda data vault, Apple offering customers a copy of their data
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Twitter is sharing a massive archive of data made up of foreign interference in political conversations.
To let independent researchers and the general public understand the magnitude of the propaganda campaign that's been waged on the social network for years.
The data dump included info on over 3800 accounts from Russia's IRA, and 770 accounts that have possible origins in Iran.
Twitter is also in the news for a policy on how it will deal with reported Tweets.
Not only will reported Tweets be hidden from the reporter, the company will now make an effort to be transparent about which content disobeyed Twitter's policies.
Notices for these tweets will stay online for two weeks.
And finally, Apple says its users can now download their own data from the company's private portal.
The feature is a result of Europe's new data regulation rules where the service has already been available since May.
On Apple's webpage it reads, privacy is a fundamental human right.
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