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French Tweeters Use WWII Tactic to Post Election Updates

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Published on May 6, 2012

French law prohibits anyone from posting election results before polls close, but that didn't stop French Twitter users from coming up with a 140-character solution. Tweeters used the WWII-inspired "#radiolondres" to communicate in code.

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