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To create a more customized online experience, Twitter may collect information about your device and the ads you view or click. When you download, visit, or interact with Twitter, or the app or website of a Twitter advertiser, Twitter may collect information in connection with that activity. Twitter may also receive information from a publisher’s app or website where you receive a Twitter ad.
What choices do I have?
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Please note that while opting out limits Twitter’s collection of information to serve you ads based on your inferred interests, it does not prevent you from receiving ads from Twitter, it affiliates, or third parties.