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Should Twitter Troll Face Jail Time For Tweeting Lies During An Emergency?

Hurricane Sandy’s effects are still being felt along the East Coast of the United States, with many people turning to Twitter for updates during the storm’s peak.

And despite the many good Samaritans who provided support, updates and help in 140-characters, the top Twitter news story to come out of the storm this week is probably the Twitter troll who misled thousands with his deceptive tweets.
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Court Rules That Your Tweets Are Not Your Own

The City of New York sent a subpoena to Twitter in February demanding it release all of Occupy Wall Street protestor Malcolm Harris’ tweets between September 15 and December 31 2011, as well as his email address and any other user information associated with his account.

Well, after a lot of back and forth, it appears Mr. Harris’ information will be released.

Yes, if you’re active online, now is a good time to start worrying.
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The “Love And Hate” Constellations Of New York’s Tweeters [INFOGRAPHIC]

New Yorkers are sure a tweet-happy bunch, and their 140 character messages paint a beautiful picture of their city’s loves and hates.
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NYC Criminal Court Has Subpoenaed Twitter In Occupy Wall Street Case

The City of New York is bringing criminal charges against a key member of the Occupy Wall Street movement, and as part of its case it has subpoenaed Twitter for more than 3 months of his communication.
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Would You Like To Visit Twitter Island?

Twitter Island exists, and its topography is unlike anything we’ve seen. It has peaks and valleys, and a massive, pointy mountain smack dab in the middle.

OK, so you can’t actually go to Twitter Island, but you can take a look at it on a map and in 3D.
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Which City Has The Most Twitter Users?

One might guess that San Francisco is home to the most Twitter users, being the birthplace of the company. Or maybe Tokyo, Japan, a hugely populated city where Twitter is perhaps the second-most-recognized brand.

But no, neither of these cities are the mother hive of Twitter users. Care to take a guess as to which one is?
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Twitter Officially Opens New Office In NYC

Shortly after opening their international office in Dublin, Twitter has made its presence on the East Coast of the US official: by opening an office in the heart of Manhattan.
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Twitter Confirms New New York Office: #TwitterNYC

Twitter will now have an official New York presence. The company has just opened #TwitterNYC, confirmed by the Twitter Global PR account.
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Twitter Takes Over Facebook’s Former New York Office Space

If rumors are true, Twitter will be taking over Facebook’s former office space at 340 Madison Avenue, New York City, in the next few weeks. And the move couldn’t be any more symbolic if it was planned out by a first-year literature prof.
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Are You Influential Enough to be one of NBC’s Local News Tweeps?

You’ve no doubt seen Twitter streams splashed across the ticker at the bottom of CNN newscasts in recent months – and now NBC wants to take this one step further. They’re looking for the most influential Twitter celebrities in the New York and Washington DC areas, to provide ongoing on-the-ground coverage of local news.
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