Svar från Twitter.
We have received a valid report that your account, @JimmieAkessonSD, is engaged in non-parody impersonation. Although Twitter firmly believes in the freedom of expression, impersonation that misleads, confuses, or deceives others is against the Twitter Rules (http://twitter.com/rules). Your account has been temporarily suspended due to violation of our impersonation policy.
This suspension is temporary. If you have created a parody, commentary or fan account, you will need to edit it to comply with Twitter’s parody best practices before your account is reactivated. You can review our best practices here:
In particular, please review and make changes to these aspects of your profile:
Once we’ve reviewed the above changes and approved your account for restoration, we will need you to change the following once your account is unsuspended:
If you would like an opportunity to edit your account so that it is not in violation of our impersonation policy, please reply to this email. We will restore your account, and you should promptly make any necessary changes within 48 hours of receipt of this email. Please understand that your account is subject to permanent suspension if it is found to further violate our Rules regarding impersonation.
We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.
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”Your valid report is invalid. As I stated in my previous e-mail, it is very clear that the account is a parody. If you would just review the account, you would find that it clearly states (in Swedish, since it’s a parody of a Swedish politician for a Swedish audience) that it’s a parody. Hence I’m not breaking said rule, and the report is not valid.
But I get that I have to comply to your demands even if I would argue that I already do fulfill the criteria of a parody account. So I have now performed all the suggested changes possible to the account, and will proceed with the rest of the changes once the account is no longer suspended. I hope it will meet your standards, and that it will withstand further reports.”