I did receive a reply to my contesting of the suspension quickly - but I believe that these are sent out automatically. It's the next email I am anticipating.
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<b>Your request summary is:</b>
unclassifiable_, Jul 26 06:20 am (PDT):Regarding: Suspended account
Subject: Suspended Educational Account
Description of problem: I have been using this established account for some time now. I have no aggressive following or marketing habits. I share educational information for academic purposes. I am a librarian at a state university in charge of our library's social media and this is my work account. I greatly need access to this account to perform my job. Please restore it quickly. It has not been hacked or otherwise associated with any malaware type practices. I appreciate your quick attention to this matter, as my work is on hold until my access is restored.
Full name: June Power
Twitter username: @unclassifiable_
Email address: email@example.com
Phone number(optional): 9105216369
My reply (since I am sure they don't read the initial ticket, but only those that pursue beyond this point):
My @unclassifiable_ account is suspended, and I can see (based on the guidelines) that there is no reason for it. I don't market any products (other than to share posts about books I like), follow aggressively, or spam people. I share information about libraries, reading, literacy, writing, censorship, and technology. This is a professional work account, tied to my university email address. I am a librarian at a state university and am in charge of our library’s social media. I use this account for educational purposes. Please restore my access, as this is vital to my work. Thanks so very much.
In other news, I returned from vacation this week. It always seem as if work multiplies in my absence like Gremlins. Additionally, several of my staff people are out or working reduced hours this week, meaning stretching circulation desk coverage. I also have more reference desk hours than usual due to librarians taking vacation. None of this I mind, but it does make for busy days. But honestly, I'd rather be busy than bored. Mainly this week I've been catching up, but I also listened to the recorded Ares User Group meeting from ALA. I am reviewing policies and procedures from the library's manual, especially those that have legal repercussions and must be further reviewed by the University's attorney. I missed our book club this week, but am glad we are using Goodreads to track what everyone is reading. Instead of one book that we all read, we are meeting monthly and everyone is just sharing books that they have recently read with the rest of the group. I've assisted with ILL a bit more than usual this week - and am loving ILLiad even more. Unlike the old OCLC command prompt method, you can step away for a few weeks and not have trouble remembering how to process things when you return. Thankfully, it's a quiet week though, so it's not overwhelming to come back as it is during the semester if you have to take a few days. However, I didn't miss having to get up this early. Thank God for coffee. Now if only I could get my Twitter back. Cross your fingers for me.