On Sun, May 30, 2010 at 11:01, Bernd Stramm <bernd.str...@gmail.com> wrote:

> The user does trust the app, otherwise they would not be using it. The
> problem with the scheme of using the app *and* a browser is that the
> user has to trust *both* of them.
> And if they don't trust the app, why are they using it to post their
> tweets?

Trust is not a boolean value. There are levels of it. I trust my mobile
browser to not take over my Twitter account but I only trust random new
Twitter client to not post spam. If the Twitter client breaks my trust it is
easy to revoke access to it.


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