We told you before about the anonymous Twitter troll made public by the person he was harassing, and you’ve undoubtedly heard about Twitter recently turning over a protestor’s ¬†tweets to New York Supreme Court.

Well, now we have something a teeny bit different, but headed in a way that would likely please the folks who seek to end Twitter troll anonymity: compelling a troll to reveal his/her own identity or face sanctions.

It’s the kind of one-two punch that will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Read more