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Subject:Re: Texting and Twitter From:Brad Whittington <brad -dot- techwriter -at- gmail -dot- com> To:kathleen -at- writefortheuser -dot- com Date:Wed, 25 Nov 2009 10:46:58 -0600
I have three Twitter accounts and follow a total of 100 accounts. I
send anywhere from one to five tweets per day. I haven't received any
phishing messages, or any notices to change my password.
I do get the occasional spam follow, which I block when it happens.
The spam issue was bad earlier this year, but the new "report
suspicious activity" option seems to be working. Usually by the time I
go to check out a questionable follow, the account has already been
So, from my perspective, there hasn't been anything to worry about, so
far. As a result, I don't have any recommendations.
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