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Posts Tagged ‘constitutional rights’

Twitter Is Not Backing Down About Protecting Protester’s Tweets

Twitter is still not backing down from its fight over releasing an Occupy Wall Street protester’s tweets, filing an appeal with New York Supreme Court requesting a reversal.

And, not surprisingly, the ACLU is filing a friend-of-the-court brief in support.

If you’re active online and haven’t been paying attention, this is a case to watch.
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Twitter Challenges Subpoena Threatening Users’ Consitutional Rights

Remember we told you about the hashtag happy judge a couple of weeks ago who ruled against an Occupy Wall Street protestor attempting to protect his tweets from prosecutors? Well, not only was the judge’s use of hashtags off, but it turns out the judge obviously didn’t have a firm grasp of Twitter’s terms of service either. (Let’s hope.)
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