Twitter has been involved in several privacy-related rows in India over the past couple of months,
Elaborating on how the company uses this voice data as per its policies, Twitter said that it produces audio transcripts for the conversations taking place on the platform.
This text is then scrutinized for any potential violations of Twitter’s rules and guidelines. This is also used to, in turn, make “improvements” to the way the Twitter Spaces feature works, the company said.
Twitter receives payment information from a user — including the credit or debit card number, card expiration date, CVV code, and billing address.
The company said that when money is sent using Twitter features or services in order to purchase advertising or other offerings, it may receive information about the transaction such as when it was made or “when a subscription is set to expire or auto-renew.”
Twitter also explained that to improve user experience, the company works with third-party partners to display their video content on the platform.
“When you watch or otherwise interact with content from these partners, they may receive and process your personal data as described in their privacy policies,” the social media giant said.
“If you do not want this content to play automatically, you can adjust your autoplay settings. If you’ve shared information like Direct Messages or protected Tweets with someone else who accesses Twitter through a third-party service, keep in mind that the information may be shared with the third-party service,” it said.