App developer posts erroneous "confessions" to users' Twitter feeds

11/14/2012 | Ars Technica

Dictionary-application developer Enfour has auto-posted "confession" tweets to the Twitter feeds of users it deemed to be running pirated versions of its apps -- but many of the people singled out were legitimate, fee-paying customers, who responded with understandable outrage. "If you're going to auto-tweet a confession to a user's Twitter account, make sure the confession itself isn't false," Jon Brodkin writes.

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