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01/15/2010

Day 5: #IfWeCantWatchOrListenThenThisWillHaveToDo

by Jeremy Hooper No cameras. But they can't silence the hashtags:

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The ADF is pissed at Twitter for supposedly blocking tweets from the pro-prop-H8-ers. I would suspect that enough followers of #prop8 had marked the flagged the posters as "spammers" or something, and so Twitter blocked them from posting. It appears that Twitter may have caved to demands from A-liars-Defense-Fund, and they have unblocked some of the prop-H8-ers, but apparently some of them are still blocked.

http://www.queerty.com/is-twitter-blocking-pro-prop-8-tweets-from-the-perry-trial-20100115/

Posted by: Dick Mills | Jan 16, 2010 9:01:34 PM

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