161 thoughts on “Twitter warning: your account data is being sold

  1. OAuth twitter authentication could also be implemented by a trusted 3rd party. Someone we could trust with our username/password and would act as a proxy of twitter API. I guess many users would even pay for this service.

    Applications would then have to use OAuth and a different API endpoint to access the twitter API, but the rest could stay the same.

  2. OAuth twitter authentication could also be implemented by a trusted 3rd party. Someone we could trust with our username/password and would act as a proxy of twitter API. I guess many users would even pay for this service.

    Applications would then have to use OAuth and a different API endpoint to access the twitter API, but the rest could stay the same.

  3. OAuth twitter authentication could also be implemented by a trusted 3rd party. Someone we could trust with our username/password and would act as a proxy of twitter API. I guess many users would even pay for this service.

    Applications would then have to use OAuth and a different API endpoint to access the twitter API, but the rest could stay the same.

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