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Posts Tagged ‘Suspended’

This Twitter Cover Photo Hack Could Get You Suspended

Twitter just unveiled its newest feature, cover photos, on Tuesday, and already there are people looking for ways to hack theirs.

There are lots of fun ways you can play around with the cover photo and really make it your own, but if you do what we’re about to show you, you might get suspended.
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Was It Right For Twitter To Suspend This Olympics Protest Account?

Twitter has suspended an account that has been vocal in its opposition to the Olympics.
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Cameroon Gov’t Suspends Twitter to Prevent Protests

The government of Cameroon, likely fearing a situation similar to the recent uprisings across the Middle East and North Africa, has blocked access to Twitter on SMS.
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Parody @CEOSteveJobs Twitter Account Suspended

He had been tickling the funny bone of Apple fanboys and haters alike. But now, it appears as thought the Steve Jobs parody Twitter account @CEOSteveJobs has been suspended by Twitter.
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Breaking: Twitter Suspends UberMedia’s Twidroyd for Violating Policies

Twitter has just sent an email around to its Twidroyd users that it will be suspending the popular Android Twitter app for violating its policies. We’re unsure of the details of exactly what policies Twidroyd violated, but we’ll keep you updated on this story as it develops.
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Keith Olbermann (Partially?) Suspends Twitter Account Over “Rape” Tweet

MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann, not a stranger to controversy, has found himself in hot water on Twitter lately. Amidst a whirlwind of accusations that he was callous towards rape – in response to a guest he had on Count Down and some links he posted to Twitter pertaining to Julian Assange’s recent trial – Olbermann has announced that he is suspending his Twitter account until the “frenzy is stopped”.

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WikiLeaks’ Defender “Anonymous” Attacks MasterCard Using Twitter; Gets Banned

Twitter has suspended the original account of the Anonymous group that has been attacking PayPal, MasterCard, Visa and other institutions that pulled support from WikiLeaks. The suspension came right on the heels of the @Anon_Operation (link to suspended page) Twitter account posting a link to MasterCard credit card numbers according to the Huffington Post.
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