Hot answers tagged twitter
You asked two questions.. Can someone (employee/freelancer) steal a Twitter account if you give them the password? There is an option in Settings->Security and Privacy that will prevent someone from changing the password without out having 'personal information'. So that will protect you from having your password changed. But they could change your ...
Yes, it's the latter. Handle becomes available as soon as someone releases it from their account. So yes, you have to be ready to take-over the handle as soon as someone releases it. That's how @n's account was stolen. You can read the story here > https://medium.com/cyber-security/24eb09e026dd
[EDIT Disclosure: This answer is written by the TAGS author and includes links to his personal blog] The Twitter Archiving Spreadsheet Template (TAGS) template mentioned in the question comments is one solution that has been continually developed to address Twitter API changes. This post will direct you to the latest version, alternatively Open this ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible