Are Your Tweets Protected?

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Check out Kate Knibbs’s article “Why Twitter’s Privacy Fight Matters.”

“Police arrested Malcolm Harris for disorderly conduct when he blocked traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge during the protests. This week, New York City Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino upheld a court order for the information and told Twitter to hand over access to Harris’ account, since the prosecution believes his tweets confirm he knew his actions were illegal. Harris maintains the police directed him to the bridge…” [click here to read the rest!]

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