But apparently he had the password to the pub’s Twitter account.

So he used it.

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And was pleasantly surprised at the response.

Though he seems concerned to ward off any trouble this might subsequently cause.

Whatever the legal status of Knight’s use of the Twitter account, and whatever the Plough’s reasons for dispensing with his services, there seems to be a fairly obvious lesson here for any business.

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