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LA MESA -- For those who may or may not tweet, there is an issue (for me) of disturbing photos of animal abuse appearing without permission. The old process was to click on a photo link if you wished to view based on the content of the post. I have tried in vain for five days to get some sort of response from the CEO. The "Help" option on the website has been of no help, the instructions for blocking photos are ambiguous at best, and no one answers the phone at twitter headquarters.
The least thing that twitter can do is instruct me if I am wrong or reinstate the right to view photos based on choice. As an advocate for the animals, twitter has been an effective means of getting the word out. Now, I am fearful of opening my account since the news feed appears on the same page so you cannot avoid horrific photos. So that you can see what I am dealing with, I am including the Open Letter to CEO. Out of respect for anyone reading this post, please note that there is a paragraph at the bottom that has disturbing descriptions of what I have seen to illustrate to the CEO just how distressing this issue has become. I am also including the tweets that have not been acknowledged. I am hoping that I will receive a response by using another media outlet outside of twitter.