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Clean Our Your Twitter App Permissions as Part of Your Spring Cleaning Regimen [Privacy]

Earlier in the week we showed you how to how to clean up your Facebook app permissions as part of your normal spring cleaning process, and it's worth doing the same for Twitter. Plenty of apps and services may have their hooks into your Twitter account, and if you no longer use them, it's time to lose them. Here's how. More »
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My Permissions Lets You Clean App Permissions

Technology : Ghacks.net (3 years ago)

With the popularity of a service and an api come third party services that either use the service’s authorization system or add functionality to the service. A prime example is Facebook. Sites on the Internet may allow you to log in... Read Post

FullContact’s new app will clean up and improve your iPhone’s contacts list

Technology : The Next Web Blog (15 hours ago)

FullContact has today released an iOS app designed to keep Gmail users’ iPhone’s contacts in sync and up-to-date. In fact, it’s not quite a new app – it’s a rework of the old Cobook app that the company acquired a year ago. By way o... Read Post

Clean Out Your Facebook App Permissions as Part of Your Spring Cleaning Regimen [Privacy]

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehacker (3 years ago)

It's not too late in the season to do a little spring cleaning, and even if you've already tidied up your home and your tech, there may be one place you haven't cleaned up: your Facebook apps and their permissions. Now is as good a ... Read Post


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