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Twitter Gadget Causing Distress

A few bloggers are noting offensive content in their Twitter feed gadgets.
On my Twitter updates, it is showing all other peoples, and some are pretty rude, ie bad language. I have removed that gadget from my page.

Apparently, a gadget update made by a developer contained buggy code, and picked up a feed from a tweeter who is not very polite in his tweeting language. I won't name the offensive feed, and hopefully nobody who wants to be a responsible tweeter will, either.

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@eloh said…
Here we go with everyones followers info dissappearing AGAIN.

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