" what is more concerning is that it appears that Twitter just blanketly suspended several of our accounts and our users accounts that had any tweets posted recently from our application."
Is it possible that these customers of yours had their accounts suspended for activity that had nothing to do with your application? The fact that they are your users doesn't mean that they are -only- your users. Nor does it mean that their suspensions are related to your application. On Aug 20, 9:52 am, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > Sorry, I was thinking with Basic Auth in mind with my previous > replies. > > Logically, OAuth should work differently. I think the idea is that you > shouldn't be able to make any API calls from the app, if the Twitter > account from where you registered your application is suspended. > Meaning, a suspension would be an effective blackout of your app. I > don't know if that's the way Twitter intended it or implemented it. I > have not yet added OAuth to my site, so I don't have in-depth > knowledge of it. > > Dewald > > On Aug 20, 10:03 am, AccountingSoftwareGuy <virga.rob...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > > > > Oauth