Twitter apologizes for abusing user security information after $150 million FTC settlement

The FTC said last month that between May 2013 and September 2019, Twitter “induced people to provide their phone numbers and email addresses by claiming that the company’s purpose was, for example, to ‘Safeguard your account.’”

The FTC said last month that between May 2013 and September 2019, Twitter “induced people to provide their phone numbers and email addresses by claiming that the company’s purpose was, for example, to ‘Safeguard your account.’”