Keith Gill, leader of EmpireKred has a hard time understanding that California isn’t a corporatocracy. Neither is the United States.
He inquired of a well known attorney in California, Mitch Jackson, and got a straight answer back.
Context matters. Who, what, when, where and why matters. The laws in effect matter.
In my case, Keith Gill’s reporting caused the San Francisco DA’s office to reopen their file on 1/12/2015.
Later the Ethel Newlin of the SF DA’s office told me she thought my blogging helped change Twitter’s abuse policy.
The CA DoJ also opened an inquiry into Twitter’s handling of the matter on 12/30/2015.
When Steven Krohn called her, she basically told him the same thing according to Mr. Krohn.
What was I blogging about? Empire Avenue and their “goon squad” and their ability to openly abuse their customers on Twitter.
According to Ethel Newlin of the San Francisco DA’s office my blogging helped change Twitter’s policy.
What “statement” is Steven Krohn referrring to?
Basically, Empire Avenue “goon squad” abused their customers on Twitter so severely that they helped change Twitter’s abuse policy.
Helped protect consumers from people like Gareth Davies, Chris Sandys, Nance Larson and Keith Gill, leaders of Empire Avenue, is what the San Francisco DA’s office and CA DoJ did.
And Twitter’s new “Director of Comms” (and General Council)? She blocked me when I asked her for help with the cyberbullying taking place.
Her response is emblematic of why I had to go to the SF DA’s office and CA DOJ in the first place.