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The post was abhorrent, but I feel like Steve Hannah's apology was sincere. With the string of Twitter missteps and security lapses (on both the part of the site and the user), this is just another example of why it's so vitally important to know who has access to what accounts, and to ensure that all users are aware of what content is and is not acceptable.
Thanks for your comment! I found what happened with HMV fascinating as well; it was like watching a train wreck in slow motion.