How many 3rd party applications can access your activity and data on your social networks?
I’ve been trimming down my content syndication – or should I say, the same sharing of content on several of my social networks.
From now on, I am going to share different content on different networks – the people I interact and socialise with differ greatly from one network to another, e.g. my interaction and sharing on LinkedIn is obviously way different to what I share on YouTube, Flickr or Last.fm…
How to disable apps from accessing your Twitter profile
1. Login to your Twitter profile and click “Profile” and then “Edit your profile →”.
2. Click on the “Applications” (1) tab, scroll down to the application which you want to disallow access to your account and click on “Revoke Access” (2).
3. Once access has been revoked, the particular application that you disabled will no longer have access to your Twitter profile.
Note: When you next go into your “Applications” tab, those applications will not be displayed in the list. In order for them to have access to your profile again, you’ll have to agree to giving them access.
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