> > 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?
> You may have a point.  But it comes down to uneven enforcement.
> Twitter smacks down an app because they allow an individual to recur,
> say, every Monday: "Today is Monday and my office hours will be from
> 2:15-3:30pm".
> Meanwhile, you have apps which do things like this:
> http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23fun140
> Aren't those effectively recurring tweets?

I agree, and actually I have a filter rule for something very similar. But
we're moving from definition of TOS to enforcement of same.

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