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Posts Tagged ‘occupy wall street’

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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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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Journalists Get Arrested During Occupy Wall Street, Tweet About It, Then Get Scolded By The AP

Just two weeks after laying down the law when it comes to retweets, the Associated Press is cracking down on reporters for turning to Twitter to… well, tweet about their own arrests at Occupy Wall Street in Manhattan.
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#OccupyWallSt, #OWS or #Occupy? Over 100K Different Hashtags Used In Occupy Protests

Twitter has announced that the Occupy Wall Street protesters have created over 100,000 different hashtags related to the cause.
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What Was The First #OccupyWallStreet Tweet?

The Occupy Wall Street protests are getting increasingly more media exposure, but it’s the social media that’s really fueling their organization. And Twitter is once again in the spotlight as the social network of choice for protesters.

But how did Twitter become such an integral part of the protests? iCrossing did a thorough timeline of the Occupy Wall Street protests on Twitter, and we’ll highlight some of the milestone below.
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#OccupyWallSt Tweets Saw 216% Daily Increase After Brooklyn Bridge Arrests [STATS]

Social media data analysis company Attention dug into the Twitter data for the Occupy Wall Street protests, and shows just how massive the movement has become.
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