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May 31, 2009


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I would still like to know what the dangerous message was and sue for false statements.

Unfortunately what you want to do is not easy as far as I know. First - you can lock down your account so only those you approve can see it and then they have to request to follow you. This means your tweets are no longer public, but does keep out the riff-raff. ;-)

The only other thing is to go through and block those you don't want following. A tedious tedious process. I don't know of any other way. If twitter does have a suggestion, I'd be interested to know about it.

It's too bad they can't leave the feed public but put in a "request to follow" type of thing where everyone can see your feed, but has to request to follow you. Then you can approve or ban before it becomes a problem.

But so far as I know - the only way to get the "request to follow" is to make your feed private. So it's difficult all around. *sigh*

Testing testing 1 2 3... heh

*sigh* might be a cookie issue - or not. The testing comment went thru fine. Then got blocked again. Feel free to delete the extra comments Sissy!

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