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Jon Levine
I am told by a person in the know that tweeting "learn to code" at any recently laid off journalist will be treated as "abusive behavior" and is a violation of Twitter's Terms of Service
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Jon Levine 28 Jan 19
Replying to @LevineJonathan
UPDATE: Source was a Twitter spokesperson. Company has issued following clarification. "It's more nuanced than what you reported. Twitter is responding to a targeted harassment campaign against specific individuals — a policy that's long been against the Twitter Rules"
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Jon Levine 28 Jan 19
Replying to @LevineJonathan
Just to be clear. They are backing away from what they originally told me. This "more nuanced" business was not part of my original email exchange with them. They also requested that I share this link on abusive behavior
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GoatShow 28 Jan 19
Replying to @LevineJonathan
"Be of use."
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Twelfthulhu 28 Jan 19
You're asking a lot from journalists.
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Be not afraid ✝️ 28 Jan 19
Replying to @LevineJonathan
I highly recommend computer programming.
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Chad 28 Jan 19
Still a great profession, but pay has decreased since the late 90s. I got out and started a different business in 2004, miss coding sometimes.
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Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR 28 Jan 19
Replying to @LevineJonathan
Quick Question: May we tweet it at a journalist that we hope is laid off in the near future?
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OregonMuse 28 Jan 19
What about: Learn to weld? Learn to frack? Learn to build? All useful skills.
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Noam Blum 28 Jan 19
Replying to @LevineJonathan
If they don't want to get banned, all they have to do is tweet that Jews are termites.
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Laudate Sole 28 Jan 19
Aren’t a lot of journos actually (((journos))) like some sort of super termite?
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