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fredag 19. juli 2013

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Gmail - #11111663 Twitter Support: update on "Offensive content - DirectlyAfterOd"








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Erik Ribsskog
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#11111663 Twitter Support: update on "Offensive content - DirectlyAfterOd"










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 1:20 AM





To:
Twitter Support <support+id11111663@twitter.zendesk.com>








Hi,

it's also impersonation.

I'm directly after some Danish kings that were after Wodin, (in mytology at least).

So this is also impersonation.

I would have wanted someone else at Twitter to have a look at this for a second opinion.


Erik Ribsskog


On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:37 PM, FlynnJackson <notifications-support@twitter.zendesk.com> wrote:


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FlynnJackson, Jul 17 02:37 pm (PDT): Hello,
Thanks for providing this information. As a policy, we do not mediate user content, including images, unless it violates the Twitter media policy (https://support.twitter.com/articles/20169199). Based on this policy, we will not remove the reported image.
Twitter does investigate and remove profile photos, header photos, and background images for violations such as nudity or pornographic content.
Media within Tweets that might be considered sensitive content such as nudity, violence, or medical procedures, can be flagged for our review by using the flagging feature on the Tweet. If the media is considered sensitive content, users will be required to click through a warning message before media is displayed to them. You can find more information about about media on Twitter at the following links:
Flagging and reporting media: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20069937
Media policy: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20169199
To learn more on how to protect your online photos, read the following article: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170136
If you are making an allegation of copyright infringement (please note that in most instances, the subject of a photograph is not the copyright owner), our copyright page has more information about the proper process for requesting removal: http://support.twitter.com/articles/15795
Thanks,
FlynnJackson
Twitter Trust & Safety



johncons, Jul 14 04:02 pm (PDT):
What username is causing the issue?: @DirectlyAfterOd
Tweet I am reporting: https://twitter.com/DirectlyAfterOd/status/313389899745198080
n/a
n/a

Blocked user(s): Yes
How many times has this happened?: Only once, but this is an account which has only written one tweet.
So I think this account is dedicated to attacking me.
I've sent you more than a hundred similar reports in the last months.
Further description of problem: This person links to a picture of me, which I own the copyrights for.
I think that's some kind of provocation, which I think is offensive.
Your full name: Erik Ribsskog
I understand that Twitter may provide third parties, such as the affected user, with a copy of this report.
Twitter username: @johncons
Email address: eribsskog@gmail.com






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