Twitter's spam flagging system is an ever-changing trade secret. It is
unlikely that you will get a direct answer. Have the 600 account holders
contact Twitter support and hopefully they will get re-enabled quickly.
On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 09:59, SuperCerial <> wrote:

> HI, I've made an account management application and it's used on about
> 5 sites. It has been running just fine for months and months up until
> about week ago, when about 600 accounts were suspended - chunk at a
> time. Now some of these are individuals accounts, some are business
> accounts being managed by digital agencies.
> My question is an obvious one...what has changed in the last week or 2
> because I have a hell of a lot of hacked off people and nothing to
> tell them. Thankfully it is not my liability but I do need to know so
> I can take the appropriate action.
> Thanks for your time.

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