> I see @ mention abusers as a different breed because for the most part
> their Tweets are not technically duplicates.  They are complete
> pollution for sure and harder for an individual user to stop
> preemptively.  At least if someone is annoyed with recurring or
> duplicate tweets they can simply unfollow that account and there's a
> self regulating mechanism. Ultimately the real pollution issue is the
> @ mention system itself, not recurring Tweets on individual
> accounts.

For the sake of argument, let's take this at face value as true. How
about the search pollution issue with recurrent tweets in general?

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