A security researcher has discovered that Twitter holds onto deleted direct messages even years after their deletion, even from suspended profiles
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A disturbing revelation about Twitter has emerged recently. According to TechCrunch, a security researcher named Karan Saini has discovered that the microblogging platform apparently holds onto deleted messages for years after their deletion by one or even both parties.
A Twitter spokesperson told TechCrunch that the company was “looking into this further to ensure we have considered the entire scope of the issue.” Twitter does now face a difficult situation not just with user trust, but also with the implementation of Europe’s GDPR law.
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