Jul 062012
 July 6, 2012  Posted by  Court, Online, U.S.

More reactions to the Twitter ruling that denied a user standing to challenge a subpoena to produce his records. Jaikumar Vijayan reports:

… The court rejected Harris’ claims because the data sought by prosecutors belonged to Twitter, not him. The court asserted that Harris therefore had no standing to challenge the subpoena.

Read the reactions from EPIC and other privacy advocates on Computerworld.

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