Want to take your Twitter presence to the next level? These features and techniques will get you there.
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Responding to recent account hacks, Twitter announced the debut of two-factor authentication. The system sends a six-digit numeric code to a registered mobile phone number. The code must then be used to log into a Twitter account. Two-factor authentication makes sense when you think about security, but there are some early signs that things are not going well. For example, not all carriers support two-factor authentication on their networks. Companies and individuals will have to weigh the benefits against the risks.
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