This Supreme Court Justice Describes Herself As A Twitter Lurker

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I’ve never had a Facebook account, but I do lurk on Twitter. So I use a different name and I never tweet myself. But, you know it’s sort of interesting what you see sometimes.

— Justice Elena Kagan, describing her social media habits during prepared remarks at the New York State Bar Association’s annual gala, where she received the organization’s 2020 Gold Medal for her impact on the legal profession. Kagan says she uses an anonymous name on Twitter so she can see what other people are tweeting.

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