Update on this item:

Twitter responded and said the cause of suspension was because of the name
of my app.

It was named "stats" and twitter api deemed this could be confusing to
users.

So, something else to keep in mind if you incur an app suspension.

Thanks!
Peter



On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 11:11 AM, Peter Denton <petermden...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello All,
> I have basically a test oAuth account for an application. It has been
> suspended and I really am baffled as to why. My live app is not suspended,
> just this test app, used for a separate domain.
>
> My app does not broadcast, except in one very limited use-case and no users
> have been affected or were any accounts compromised.
>
> Obviously, this is a scary issue for developers and considering the app
> doesn't send tweets, etc, it seems pretty odd that it would flag the system
> for suspension.
>
> Thanks
> Peter

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