Twitter’s Data Protections Officer, Damien Kieran, said:
“Woven throughout are direct links to your core privacy and security settings, which are accessible at any time when you are logged into Twitter. Here you can see what data Twitter has relating to your account and you can decide whether you want to share it or not. Over time, as we learn how people use these controls, we’ll continue to work to improve them and Twitter as a whole.”
As time goes on, Twitter plans to learn about how people use various privacy controls and will work to improve them in order to give users more power of their data.