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This blog is to highlight the unjust persecution of legitimate non-TV users at the hands of TV Licensing. These people do not require a licence and are entitled to live without the unnecessary stress and inconvenience caused by TV Licensing's correspondence and employees.

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Sunday, 6 November 2011

TV Licensing Blog on Twitter

For the last month or so our TV Licensing Blog has featured on Twitter.

We're using Twitter as a medium to interact with people venting their spleen about the underhand tactics employed by TV Licensing. We're also using it to set the record straight about certain misunderstandings people have about TV licensing rules and regulations.

It has to be said that the BBC and TV Licensing, who have a pecuniary advantage with every licence sold, are pretty bad at setting the record straight. Indeed their incessant drip feed of disinformation does a pretty good job at making people think they need a TV licence when in fact they don't. This is compounded by the fact that their employees receive bonus payments for every licence they sell, whether the buyer needs it or not.

Twitter is the quickest place to be notified of our new blog posts. It would be nice if we could beat the number of followers the official TV Licensing Twitter feed has, which currently stands at a paltry 136. This is woeful considering their PR harlots Fishburn Hedges are running it.

If you like what we do then show your support by please following us on Twitter.

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