> > Users will need to come to the website to change the setting. If we
> > provided an API, a misbehaving application would change the setting
> > without the user knowing - hence the read-only attribute.
> Perfect, that_s what I_d expect.  But I throw this out anyway: once
> someone has opted in, would you consider adding an API method to allow
> geo to be turned on/off?  Or would you expect the individual
> applications to allow users to mask their location when posting a
> tweet?

Even so, though, I don't think that would fully get around the malicious
application problem unless you could say *which* apps got to turn it on and
off, and even then ...

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