> Yes, you need to ask twitter to fix that. They are using our api, but
> obviously, they are encoding the ")" after the .jpg. Thanks for
> letting us know, but yes, this is a twitter issue.
Good luck with that. Since it is acceptable to have the unencoded )
character in a  URL, I don't know how they might interpret that it does not
belong. They can make a good guess at best.

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