Also, your privacy isn’t a game.
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) May 11, 2022
The easy gameplay is designed to help users learn something during each level. The game was created by pixel artist and game developer Momo Pixel.
"Through Twitter Data Dash, we hope to encourage more people around the world to take charge of their personal information on our service and maybe even have a little fun in the process," the company said in a statement. "Transparency is core to our approach and we want to help you understand the information we collect, how it’s used, and the controls at your disposal."
The launch comes a day after Twitter rolled out a new “Copypasta and Duplicate Content” policy to clarify how the platform works to combat spam and duplicative content. The social media giant first revealed in August 2020 that it would limit the visibility of copypasta tweets and is now highlighting what it considers to be a violation and what action is taken to limit the visibility of such violations.