Twitter is a great way for those in the political world to bring a touch of colour and personality to their otherwise grey and suited image. While for some the site has caused headaches, these savvy 10 know how to get the best from social media.
Some may not be individuals, but are key accounts for some of the most important government organisations affecting the world of technology.
Tom Watson, Labour MP and technology hero @Tom_watson
The hero of the select committee investigating phone hacking and a fierce critic of the Digital Economy Act, Tom Watson is an absolute must follow for any discerning Twitter user.
Neelie Kroes, vice president of the Digital Agenda in the EU @NeelieKroesEU
The poster girl for the European digital revolution, Neelie Kroes provides a constant flow of information linking to her latest news and speeches, personal reaction to events, lots of retweets and even invitations to join her on Google+.
Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow @halfon4harlowMP
A self-confessed lover of mobile technology, Robert Halfon frequently wades into key tech debates, notably around the ICO and Google Street View, and his Twitter account is a lively, engaging feed to follow.
John Prescott, former Labour Party deputy Leader and 'cyber warrior' @johnprescott
Being booted out of office last year didn't dampen John Prescott's enjoyment of Twitter, and the former Labour deputy head honcho is one of the most active politicos on the site, full of links, retweets and outspoken comments.
Ed Vaizey, internet minister @edvaizey
Ed Vaizey's feed is a nice mix of toe-the-line political updates and more personal, on the scene updates from events. He retweets regularly, and even replies to questions put to him on the site, so you could ask him why the government is so keen on the Digital Economy Act.
Loz Kaye, head of the Pirate Party UK @LozKaye
Loz Kaye's feed is regularly updated with all manner of things, including thoughts and reactions to key technology issues, most notably the Digital Economy Act.
Chris Bryant, Labour MP @ChrisBryantMP
Another MP who came to the fore during the phone hacking scandal, Chris Bryant's feed is constantly updated and full of links and interaction, particularly regarding the phone hacking topic.
The Information Commissioner's Office @ICONews
The ICO is rarely off the pages of V3. Data protection is more important than ever and it's an active feed, full of links to stories, events and documents on its site.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport @DCMS
A heady mix of updates relating to far-reaching technology proposals from the government, speeches by ministers, and the occasional link to a new museum being opened.
UK Trade and Investment @UKTI
Lots of news and updates on the government's work promoting the UK's business credentials at home and abroad, including technology sectors such as telecoms, start-ups and even Tech City in Silicon Roundabout.
Coming up tomorrow we've got the Top 10 Technology Campaigners, and you can read all the previous entries for the Top 100 Tech Tweeters on the V3 site.
These lists aren't in a particular order, but at the end of the series we'll be revealing the top 10 of the top 10s, so please comment below or email us to let us know who your favourites are, and we can add your votes to the count.
And don't forget to follow the whole V3 team on Twitter with this handy list of all our journalists.
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