Occupy protester to face trial in case related to Twitter subpoena

Occupy protester to face trial in case related to Twitter subpoena

www.guardian.co.uk
Malcolm Harris, who has been in a battle with prosecutors over the privacy of his tweets, has plea deal withdrawn by judgeAn Occupy Wall Street protester who has been fighting with prosecutors to keep some of his tweets private looks likely to face trail next week after a judge withdrew...
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arstechnica.com
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www.guardian.co.uk
Site ends fight with New York lawyers after contempt warning from judge over protester Malcolm Harris's Twitter accountTwitter has relented in its fight with New York prosecutors to hand over three months worth of messages from an Occupy Wall Street protester ahead of the activist's criminal trial.Twitter had argued that...
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The company surrendered the data to Manhattan Criminal Court judge Matthew Sciarrino, but the tweets will be sealed, pending an appeal. [Read more]...
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