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While the furor around Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal have died down, the world's largest social network continues to make changes to its APIs "to better protect people’s information". Today, it announced that a number of its APIs will only be accessible to apps that have been reviewed.
Twitter has just taken a step toward a richer social experience with its exciting new "lists" feature, which gives users the ability to organize individual accounts into groups. For example, a user can create and share a list of "celebrity" accounts that they follow. Twitter lists may be marked by their creators as public, or kept private for personal use.
A recently leaked developer document from Microsoft foretells of an upcoming Xbox Clubs API. Xbox Clubs was a feature released last year that enables Xbox Live users to create social groups. Eager developers anticipate a major opportunity to transform Xbox Live into a social hub through the API.