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16 September 2011

The odd tale of “my” Twitter account, part II

Any tweets from @D_Blanchflower and from @blanchflowerd are not from me.

By David Blanchflower

It’s happened again. You may remember in July someone was passing themselves off as me on Twitter. The account @D_Blanchflower had nothing to do with me. It still doesn’t.

Yesterday, someone started tweeting as @blanchflowerd. Again, not me.

When I start my own Twitter account (soon, I hope) I will let you all know. Until then, assume it’s somebody else.

 

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