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Twitter left high-profile revenge porn live for 30 minutes

From Engadget - July 5, 2017

We asked a Twitter spokesperson how the images were allowed to stay online for 30 minutes -- ages in a viral-hungry world -- and who actually removed them in the end. The spokesperson said the company does not comment on individual accounts, and pointed us to the following passage of its hateful-conduct policy: "The consequences for violating our rules vary depending on the severity of the violation and the person's previous record of violations. For example, we may ask someone to remove the offending Tweet before they can Tweet again. For other cases, we may suspend an account."

Kardashian is based in California, where a man was recently sentenced to 18 years in prison for operating a website trafficking in revenge porn.

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