Saturday, July 24, 2010

Letter that twitter sent back.

+ @marineharvestPR
Hello, We have received reports from the trademark holder, BRAND, that your account, @marineharvestPR, is using a trademark in a way that could be confusing or misleading with regard to a brand affiliation. Your account has been temporarily suspended due to violation of our trademark policy. This suspension is temporary. If you have created a brand commentary, fan or news feed account, you will need to edit it to comply with Twitter’s best practices before your account is reactivated. You can review our policy best practices guidelines here: In particular, please review and make changes to these aspects of your profile: • Username: Add "not," "fake," or "fan." • Name (first & last name): Add "not," "fake," or "fan." • Bio: Add "Parody Account," "Fan Account," or "This is not affiliated with…" • Avatar / Background image : remove logo or other copyright-protected images • Communication with other users: The account should not, through private or public communication with other users, try to deceive or mislead others about your identity.

So, I guess posing as the world's largest Aquaculture company and then saying things against them on the web will have its pitfalls. I am not surprised that they responded quickly, they have a lot to protect. The cost of moving your operations from ocean based to land based is very prohibitive. But once they move it all onto land, there is very little cost difference. It may mean saving an important species that is part of us. Think about it.

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