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Twitter fights court order to hand over tweets in Occupier's trial

Occupy Wall Street protester vows to fight subpoena over Twitter account

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Malcolm Harris's lawyer says order from prosecutors which demands release of three months' worth of tweets is improperA writer and Occupy Wall Street activist whose tweets have become the subject of a subpoena by a New York prosecutor is seeking to quash the order in court.A lawyer for Malcolm Harris,...
Occupy Wall Street protester vows to fight subpoena over Twitter account
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Twitter releases data on government requests for user information

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US government makes 80% of all requests for Twitter user information, website reveals in its first transparency reportAlmost 80% of all requests made to Twitter for information on its users to be released in the course of criminal investigations or other probes are made by the US government, the micro-blogging...
Twitter releases data on government requests for user information

Occupy Movement Stages A Wimpy Protest At Meg Whitman's House (HPQ)

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Six members of the Occupy movement showed up at Meg Whitman's house yesterday in the ritzy neighborhood of Atherton, CA. They were protesting something to do with how rich Meg Whitman is, reports the local news site InMenlo.com. They stood in front of her white picket fence trying to...
Occupy Movement Stages A Wimpy Protest At Meg Whitman's House (HPQ)
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Twitter's lawyer on the balance between user rights and business interests

Tweet Free or Die: In Defense of Occupy Protester, Twitter Fights the Man

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Taking a bold stance on the privacy rights of its users, Twitter on Tuesday filed a motion to quash a New York state court ruling that would require the company to hand over information on one of its users, Malcolm Harris, in connection with an ongoing investigation. “As we said...
Tweet Free or Die: In Defense of Occupy Protester, Twitter Fights the Man

Weekly Wrap-up: Why Some Bosses are Asking for Your Facebook Password and More Top Stories

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With unemployment hovering at 8.3%, some employers feel they can ask for the unreasonable. All of this and more in the ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrap-up. After the jump you'll find more of this week's top news stories on some of the key topics that are shaping the Web - Location, App...
Weekly Wrap-up: Why Some Bosses are Asking for Your Facebook Password and More Top Stories

Twitter fights government subpoena demanding Occupy Wall Street protester info

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Twitter has asked a New York state judge to throw out a court order requiring it to turn over three months worth of messages posted by an Occupy Wall Street protester being prosecuted for disorderly conduct. In a motion (PDF) filed on Monday in New York City Criminal Court,...
Twitter fights government subpoena demanding Occupy Wall Street protester info

Anti-Wall Street protester's Twitter posts subpoenaed (Reuters)

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Reuters - Prosecutors have subpoenaed the Twitter records of an Occupy Wall Street protester who was arrested in October during a mass protest on the Brooklyn Bridge....
Anti-Wall Street protester's Twitter posts subpoenaed (Reuters)
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City Room: Judge Orders Twitter to Release Protester's Messages

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A Criminal Court judge in Manhattan ruled on Monday that Twitter must turn over to prosecutors messages sent by a Brooklyn writer during the Occupy Wall Street protests last fall, reports Russ Buettner on City Room. In doing so, the judge, Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr., indicated that although private speech...
City Room: Judge Orders Twitter to Release Protester's Messages
Twitter fights back against subpoena of Occupy protester's tweets
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Twitter Officially Appeals New York Judge's Ruling to Provide Tweets of Occupy Wall Street Protester

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(Photo: Scott Beale, Laughing Squid) As promised, today Twitter officially appealed the ruling of Judge Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr. that required the company to furnish tweets by Occupy Wall Street protestor Malcom Harris published during an October 2011 demonstration. Last month, Twitter’s legal counsel Ben Lee announced the company would...
Twitter Officially Appeals New York Judge's Ruling to Provide Tweets of Occupy Wall Street Protester

Seventh Circuit Court: Chicago Cops Can't Use 'Annoyance' As Reason To Stifle Free Speech

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As long as there have been cops, there have been crowds. And as long as there have been crowds, there has been the mantra, "Move along, nothing to see here." Dispersing crowds has always been part of police work. But in recent years, the crowd dispersion process has broadened to...
Seventh Circuit Court: Chicago Cops Can't Use 'Annoyance' As Reason To Stifle Free Speech

Your Tweets Are Not Your Own, Says New York Judge

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(Photo: Scott Beale, Laughing Squid) You must have known those terms of service you didn't read would come back to bite you in some Orwellian way. This can't be good, said a tiny voice in the corner of your mind as you clicked "yes" on Twitter's lengthy legalese. Oh well!...
Your Tweets Are Not Your Own, Says New York Judge

Twitter will appeal order to turn over protester's messages

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Twitter plans to appeal a ruling to turn over the once-public tweets of an Occupy Wall Street protester charged with disorderly conduct, a case the company says threatens the First Amendment rights of its users....
Twitter will appeal order to turn over protester's messages

Twitter chief says company will fight against releasing private content

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Dick Costolo says site was 'put between a rock and a hard place' when judge ordered release of Occupy activist's tweetsThe chief executive of Twitter, Dick Costolo, has said the company will continue to fight legal challenges brought against its users by officials who want access to their archived tweets.Costolo...
Twitter chief says company will fight against releasing private content

Twitter Ruling Disappoints, but Doesn't Surprise Privacy Advocates

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Privacy advocates this week said they are dismayed, but not surprised about a New York Criminal Court judge's decision ordering Twitter to hand over all the data it has on an Occupy Wall Street protester being investigated for disorderly conduct....
Twitter Ruling Disappoints, but Doesn't Surprise Privacy Advocates

New York City Subpoenas Twitter For Occupy Wall Street Protester Data

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U.S. activists who thought Twitter was a secure way to organize during demonstrations may have another thing coming. The New York District Attorney's Office has begun sending subpoenas to Twitter seeking data on protestors arrested during the Occupy Wall Street protests last year. Late last week, activist Jeffrey Rae received...
New York City Subpoenas Twitter For Occupy Wall Street Protester Data

Google+ Makes History By Hanging Out With President Obama

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Today, President Obama helped score big points for Google+ with a Hangout interview. While most interviews with the president usually rely on a medium like a major network or a press conference, it seems Obama has decided to take his message straight to the people by having select questions...
Google+ Makes History By Hanging Out With President Obama

Twitter Has Three Days To Give Up Protester's Information

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Twitter must hand over an Occupy Wall Street protester's posts and user information within three days, or face a fine, Tiffany Kary at Bloomberg reports. New York State judge Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr. ruled today that if Twitter doesn't relinquish the posts by Friday, the court will review the company's...
Twitter Has Three Days To Give Up Protester's Information

Twitter ruling disappoints, but doesn't surprise privacy advocates

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Privacy advocates this week said they are dismayed, but not surprised about a New York Criminal Court judge's decision ordering Twitter to hand over all the data it has on an Occupy Wall Street protester being investigated for disorderly conduct....
Twitter ruling disappoints, but doesn't surprise privacy advocates

140 characters to the clink: Occupy Wall Street protester loses battle to block Twitter subpoena

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In a decision that's sure to be lost on this generation of over-sharers, Occupy Wall Street protester Malcolm Harris, arrested this past October during a Brooklyn Bridge demonstration, has just lost a legal battle to block prosecutors' attempts to subpoena three month's worth of his tweets. Chalking the ruling...
140 characters to the clink: Occupy Wall Street protester loses battle to block Twitter subpoena

Betaworks Acquires Vibe, the Anonymous Twitter Alernative Popularized During Occupy Wall Street

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When we first told you about Vibe, a New York-based pseudonymous mobile messaging app, last September, Occupy Wall Street was in full swing. In fact, Vibe app creator Hazem Sayed earned the nickname "White Hat" for walking around Zuccotti Park passing out flyers for his protester-friendly service. There was even...
Betaworks Acquires Vibe, the Anonymous Twitter Alernative Popularized During Occupy Wall Street

Twitter Appeals Court Decision Against Occupy Wall Street Protester Malcolm Harris

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Twitter just filed its appeal against a New York court decision requiring the company to turn over tweets and account information for Occupy Wall Street protester Malcolm Harris, who is being prosecuted for allegations of disorderly conduct. According to Twitter’s brief, the New York County District Attorney’s office subpoenaed Twitter...
Twitter Appeals Court Decision Against Occupy Wall Street Protester Malcolm Harris
Twitter hands over Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets to NY judge

Twitter told to surrender tweets

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A US court rules that Twitter must hand over tweets posted by an Occupy Wall Street protester facing trial for disorderly conduct....
Twitter told to surrender tweets
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