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If you thought that it was only exclusively an issue on Facebook Places, you can also do it on Twitter. It doesn't really matter which client you use, so long as it supports Twitter's location feature. In this case, I decided to use UberTwitter because frankly, it has greater features available than that of the official Twitter for BlackBerry application.
I had already spoofed my location at this point to set myself back at Buckingham Palace, which is based basically in Green Park, an area of London. To make a point of this, I tweeted to say that I was not in Green Park or at Buckingham Palace at the time - but who's telling the truth, GPS or me? (It wasn't the GPS, as I've already shown).
Make sure though that the location button is turned on. It may display incorrectly at first, or display something out of the ordinary - so in that case, try turning off the UberTwitter location feature through the options, but enable the Twitter geolocation feature instead.
Please read the disclaimer! You can find this and more, including the explanation - as well as the pro's and con's of using spoofed geolocation on the ZDNet iGeneration blog.