Without further to say other than this is probably my first post on BHW there is one question that has been bothering me for quite a while and which I have yet to find a definite answer to even though I suspect it being fairly obvious in itself yet still wish to confirm. Since tweetdeck is a Twitter-run client/platform of sorts all the accounts that are on it are sent from a single IP would one run the risk of getting all accounts suspended/banned from it if you have like say around a 100 or more of them (pretty sure tweetdeck only allows 100 but still), having heard how quick twitter is to ban I wouldn't be too surprised (yet still devastated) if I would somehow open tweetdeck one day and find this. The generally relative consensus being 5 accounts per private proxy would there be any way I'd be able to bind an account per proxy while still remaining in tweetdeck? Or would this not be needed if I keep all my accounts relatively whitehat? The accounts I plan to have in Tweetdeck would be my own personal/niche-themed ones, some may be bots etc. while on the other hand I also plan to have as-many-as-I-can-afford spammy blackhat ones with private proxies running in a followers-based bots and so on. Any feedback would be much appreciated as there is near to nothing that has been said regarding this subject.