1. Twitter co-founder Biz Stone on Twitter’s privacy policies: [complete interview here] "When we’re asked to give over private information about users — and in  many cases, it’s the law — our policy is, we give the user time to react  to this request. If we’ve given 10 days to turn over this information,  we immediately notify the user and we tell them, ‘We’ve been asked by  the law to hand over this information. We would like to give you this  time to fight it on your own behalf and deny giving up this  information.’ That allows us to comply with the law and gives the user  the ability to hold onto their privacy if they need to." View in High-Res

    Twitter co-founder Biz Stone on Twitter’s privacy policies: [complete interview here] "When we’re asked to give over private information about users — and in many cases, it’s the law — our policy is, we give the user time to react to this request. If we’ve given 10 days to turn over this information, we immediately notify the user and we tell them, ‘We’ve been asked by the law to hand over this information. We would like to give you this time to fight it on your own behalf and deny giving up this information.’ That allows us to comply with the law and gives the user the ability to hold onto their privacy if they need to."

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