Twitter denies reports of 32 million records, passwords were stolen or leaked

userAction: window.ua,’shareButtons’: shareButtons,containerID: ‘social-tools-panel’,showCounts : ‘none’,iconsOnly: ‘true’,deviceType: ‘auto’,onSendDone: CNBC_Gigya_Omniture.onSendDoneBottom // onSendDone method is called after Gigya finishes the publishing process.,onConnectionAdded: CNBC_Gigya_Omniture.onConnectionAdded // Fired whenever a user is connected to a provider,onConnectionRemoved: CNBC_Gigya_Omniture.onConnectionRemoved,onLogin: CNBC_Gigya_Omniture.trackLoginEvent // call trackLoginEvent when Social Login finishes successfully,onLogout: CNBC_Gigya_Omniture.onLogout,showEmailButton:false,moreEnabledProviders: moreEnabledProviders

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