Jul 022012
 
 July 2, 2012  Court, Featured News, Online, U.S.

Andrew Keshner reports:

Twitter must produce tweets and user information of an Occupy Wall Street protester, a judge has ruled, discounting objections from the social media website in a case of first impression.

“The Constitution gives you the right to post, but as numerous people have learned, there are still consequences for your public posts. What you give to the public belongs to the public. What you keep to yourself belongs only to you,” Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino Jr., sitting in Manhattan, wrote inPeople v. Harris, 2011NY080152.

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