The service allows you to tweet from anywhere in the world
Does sending a tweet from China or Paris without being in that place? It is now possible thanks to the portal Please, do not stalk me! (Please do not lie in wait!), which allows you to choose a location on Google Maps and write in Twitter as if you were there, what you will see reflected in the timeline of all your followers.
Simply access the link above, give access from your account, enter an address, city or country in the top text box, and write the tweet in the speech bubble. Furthermore, it should be enabled location service on Twitter, so if you have it off, is achieved through the configuration of the social network.
Such services are now shown as possible by the recent change in Twitter policy, no longer shows the origin of the message according to the platform that has been sent, so it is impossible to know if you are tweeting from a client well-meaning a mobile phone or from this kind of sites that modify messages.
Once done, the trick looks like this:
The possibilities of use are endless, from innocent things up elaborate hoaxes
your wife But whatever the case, we witness that the service works and is very, very easy to use. We’ll see if Twitter goes with some arrangement that reveals this kind of tricks.
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