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CUSTOMER: Look. It should be obvious to ANYONE that I am not colluding in a far-reaching effort to assassinate one of the richest men in the world. I’m just writing a story about everything going on in Twitter and how its CEO appears to be slowly unraveling at the seams.
ALEX: The Press isn’t exempt from the Twitter Terms of Service.
CUSTOMER: I didn’t violate the terms of service! I talked about Musk banning a Twitter user who posted publicly available information he didn’t like, and then talked about the publicly available website the user moved that information to after the ban.
ALEX: … a website which was posting his location data. Ergo, it was doxxing.
CUSTOMER: On the very same day, Musk posted some dude’s license plate online!
ALEX: He was a very bad man.
CUSTOMER: How am I supposed to know that?
ALEX: We just told you.
CUSTOMER: You also told me I was transmitting assassination coordinates to the Internet.
ALEX: You were transmitting assassination coordinates to the internet.
CUSTOMER: I WAS NOT TRANSMITTING ASSASSINATION COORDINATES TO THE INTERNET.
ALEX: Only because we stopped you.