Twitter is a very popular microblogging platform that lets users share updates in 140 characters or fewer. Because Twitter’s content is entirely user generated, you info got there in one of two ways. Either you posted it yourself, or another twitter user posted it.
What to Do if Your Information is Exposed on Twitter
Because you control your own data on Twitter, it’s reasonably easy to remove your personal information if you’re the one who posted it in the first place. Simply log into your account, edit or delete the offending bio, profile, or tweet, and save your changes. If someone else has posted your personal information without your permission, you may want to talk to one of our privacy experts. Sign up for a Privacy Consultation and one of our Privacy Experts can help you determine whether the information can be removed or suppressed and how best to facilitate that removal.