I had my Twitter app suspended permanently a while back. I tried to create another one and it was suspended shortly after. Then I started trying to cover my tracks. Over several iterations, they kept figuring out it was me and suspending my app. So I waited a while... A few months later, I wiped out my cookies and created a new Twitter account through a proxy using a different browser. I created the app through the same proxy. Then I never logged into Twitter directly from this account again. I did not sign up for the app with any of my other Twitter accounts. I bought a new domain with WhoisGuard protection at namecheap. I hosted it at a new server with a different IP address. And, I created the app from scratch, starting over completely so the site looked nothing like the old site and no similar code. I have Google Analytics on it but not Google Adsense (as they have the same ID in all of the ads). There is an upgrade page but I created a new PayPal account to handle the purchases. After my app was growing for a while, they suspended me and sent the same message for the reason, indicating that they knew it was me. How in the hell can they possibly know that this app was created by me? Can anyone help me think of some way that they could have used to trace it back to me? The only way I can think of is that they somehow got the whois on the domain even though it had namecheap whoisguard on it from the very beginning. Any ideas? :banghead: Thanks!