[SIZE="3"]CLICK IMAGE:[/SIZE] [COLOR="Red"]Persons unknown are destroying the #iranelection tag on Twitter. Currently the real messages coordinating Iranian political opposition to the Regime --are being drowned out by massive volume of tweet spam for a product called Turbo Cash Generator.[/COLOR] ( Turbo Cash Generator - Earn Online Using Twitter ) Twitter have not responded to block the spam content --which is rendering the #iranelection tag unusable -especially to less experienced users. Twitter are failing completely in their corporate responsibility to protect a vital online system of free speech and anti-fascist political organization. We need to take action immediately: Austin Heap's new Haystack product is designed to enable Iranians use social networking sites such as Twitter to bypass regime censorship. That product is rendered pointless if the most popular Iranian opposition tag on Twitter is destroyed by cyberattack. The sheer volume of tweet spam (up to 70% of tweets -see image) is counterproductive from a e-marketing point of view, so it's possible that Turbo Cash Generator is not the actual entity behind this cyberattack. Another entity may be using the product as cover for the attack. Either way we need to act! Defensive Moves: 1) Instruct Twitter users how to filter out the spam. I have set up an antispam account on Twitter: http://twitter.com/iranelectnospam This will instruct inexperienced users how to filter the spam out. But it requires volunteers to post this tweet on Twitter to get those instructions out: [COLOR="Red"]Under cyberattack -Nospam search: "#iranelection -$3,000 -Ufc -hot -turbo" Join the AntiSpam Crew @iranelectnospam Retweet! pls[/COLOR] You can join the AntiSpam crew at https://twitter.com/iranelectnospam But this is only a short-term fix. Offensive Moves: This is where /b/ or /i/ and other net-truth guerrillas come in. Twitter will likely not bother their ass with this issue unless some noise starts being made. Unless some big waves get stirred up. So make Noise! Make waves! 1) Take this ripoff site Turbo Cash Generator - Earn Online Using Twitter off the net to oblivion! This is Job 1. If this ripoff product (with fake reviews spewed on the net too) is actually behind the spam then they deserve it. If not, then let them squeal anyway. If we take them down we can generate some media coverage and use that to pressure Twitter. 2) Trend up the tag #iranelectnospam on Twitter. That makes more noise. If 4Chan's or /b/'s or whoever was behind the recent trending of #gorrillapenis on Twitter, then surely this is a more valid raid. See: 4chan may be behind attack on Twitter | The Web Services Report - CNET News 3) We need media on this (see 1 and 2) 4) Your ideas....??