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1 Christine Pilch November 1, 2010 at 9:50 pm

Entering your Twitter login to use a third-party software like TweetDeck, or Seesmic is one thing, but many people blindly enter their username and password for silly things such as statistics and auto-create friends lists. Maybe it’s okay, maybe not. Just think before allowing anyone else to access your personal account. Why do they need your login info? What will they do with it?

2 Ron November 2, 2010 at 6:25 am

Hi Christine:
That’s exactly what makes this feature so handy. If you have buyer’s remorse after going through one of those services, you can shut them down, but you’re right, you need to be careful about giving out information in the first place.

Thanks for your comment.

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