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Re: Twitter working on identifying permanently suspended users...



On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 07:45:00AM +0000, jim bell wrote:
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>  From: Razer <g2s AT riseup.net>
>  On 02/12/2017 05:16 PM, jim bell wrote:
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>       From: Razer <g2s AT riseup.net>
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>    >>>Accounts created specifically to harass. But they aren't saying how: 
>   >>> https://blog.twitter.com/2017/an-update-on-safety 
>   >>>                       ...and no one writing it up seems to know either
>   
>   >>What I want to know, is:  What is their definition of the word, "harass"? >>Contradict?  Disprove?  Argue against?  Make unhappy?   
>   >>Is Twitter going to adopt a consistent policy that political statements aren't allowed?   >> Jim Bell
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> >Ask @Support or @jack. Maybe they can tell you.
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> >I would guess it's what their policy always was. If you think their policy is 'inconsistent' that's because it depends on who gets harassment complaints against them that are verifiable.
> But I'm still waiting for a  definition of "harassment".  Do you have your own?


"Razzer's gone wild" - definitions for the modern man:
   harassment  -  marketing / propaganda
   fascist     -  marketing / propaganda
   tolerant    -  marketing / propaganda
   liberal     -  marketing / propaganda
   inclusive   -  marketing / propaganda