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He refused to give up his coveted Twitter handle. Then he was ‘swatted’ and died of a heart attack.

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Fitch, 37, recalled how smart her father was in grabbing the @Tennessee handle when he joined Twitter in March 2007. Herring, who loved technology, wanted the Twitter name because he loved his home state, especially the mountains and the University of Tennessee Volunteers, she said. Fitch was always surprised when Herring would tell her about the offers he would get for the handle, some worth thousands of dollars.

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