Oh yeah, and because my personal account is locked, I also can't access my business accounts from either the Twitter iOS app or from Tweetdeck. So that's completely cool and totally normal.
If I'm reading this correctly, then had I done nothing, I would have had my account back in 12 hours. But because I had the audacity to appeal, my account will be locked until I delete the twit (the twit that they are already not showing to anybody) or until they get around to "reviewing" it, whichever comes first. So I'm being extra-punished for daring to claim that I did nothing wrong.
That is also completely cool and totally normal.
Update 2: Some 28+ hours later, it seems that my account has been unlocked, and my terribly offensive twit is now live and publicly available, so I guess it is now definitively non-offensive. I mean who am I to argue with Twitter? If they say it's cool, it must be very cool indeed.
I received no communication from them to this effect. Not telling me my account had been unlocked, and certainly nothing even remotely resembling an apology.
Update 3: Hey, I finally got that automated apology email! It was sent 64+ hours after my account was restored, and 92 hours after the appeal was filed. Email is hard, let's go shopping.
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