There needs to be a way for Twitter to lock an account for a (secret?) amount of time, to let coordinated spam flagging attacks dissipate before that account can get taken down by organized groups again. (Similar to what Wikipedia does when certain stories cause problems for articles.)
The current example is @ChrisLoesch, whose account has been taken down and reinstated several times in the last few hours. Something that would allow the user to continue to use their account, thereby removing the ‘thrill’ of successfully attacking anyone’s account.
Perhaps a solution that disables the auto-suspend, but continues to relay abuse reports, so unsuspended users themselves can’t abuse the system, either.
Thank you for your thoughts!