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Monday, 8 March 2021

Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces both record your audio, but what they do with it is very different

Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces both record your audio, but what they do with it is very different

Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces may seem like two very similar apps in the trendy audio space, but there's one crucial difference between the two. 

It has to do with the way they're recording your audio conversations â€" yes, it's all being recorded â€" and what happens to that data after your live chat is over. The two companies have very different policies surrounding recording audio and data retention. 

Twitter has stated that it will store copies of all conversations on Twitter Spaces, its new live audio feature, for at least 30 days in order to check for platform violations. If a violation is detected, Twitter can then hold copies of a conversation for up to 90 days in order to provide time for a user-requested appeals process. Read more...

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