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Twitter's new dashboard simplifies your account security

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Twitter unveiled a new data dashboard for users on Wednesday. Its aim: to make managing privacy and security settings across all your devices much easier. The controls, which are accessible at Twitter.com under the main Settings menu, will allow you to manage account access, edit the list of blocked users and see what data is being shared with third-party apps. That way if you notice that your account is being accessed by a device in a city you've never been to, you can quickly change the password. Or, better yet, you can enable two-factor authentication from the same screen.

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