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How can I remove an application completely from the list under "Security & Privacy" -> "Privacy" -> "Twitter"?

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Which Twitter clients integrate with ML at that level? I tried the official one and Tweetdeck, both seem to do their own authentication. – Daniel Beck Jan 5 '13 at 0:27
It's more for following through Mountain Lion and such. Clear, the to-do list is one example (it asks for permission when you follow the creators). – incarna Jan 6 '13 at 0:27

If the Twitter apps section behaves similar to that of Contacts, it will show all installed applications that "have requested access to Twitter", and allows you to disable access for specific apps.

Delete them from your system to completely remove them from the list.

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