Carbon wrote:Stay off twitter for a week or two. These kinds of people get bored quickly and move on.
billybill wrote:If you want his IP all he needs to do is click a link that you post. Of course, you'll get the IP of anyone who clicks it. Sometimes it's a dead giveaway. If you reply to his tweet it should appear in his feed and I'd guess he would be the first to view it. Especially if you do this a few times, I'd say you'd narrow it down little by little by checking for the same ISP each time, there's no way people not in the conversation are going to click your same links every time, or first every time.
All you'd need to send the ISP is the details of the tweets like you have above, and then the IP you think might be him and the time that he was using that IP. I'm sure the ISP can work out the rest
I'm surprised twitter don't care. Although they probably get a lot of this. I thought you could go to authorities if any laws were broken and that they would subpoena twitter or whatever.
Hope this helps
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