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No sympathy for those duped by warrenbuffet99

WIth a high profile figure’s identity getting hijacked, there had to be some expectation that Twitter would step in

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

30th August, 2018

It really felt like the early 2000s or really late 1990s on Twitter during the early part of this week. Hundreds of thousands of you proved that you are lazy, idiotic, and downright irresponsible on the internet. Congratulations, a whole bunch of you who are crying out for more protection online showed that there are many of you too far beyond hope to merit the rest of us caring.

The warrenbuffet99 Twitter handle was finally...

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