Twitter stands up for user’s right to free speech

Social media site files a motion to quash a New York court’s subpoena

It’s nice to know that in this day and age, when anything and everything a person does can appear on a social media site in a matter of moments, at least one service provider is in the peoples’ corner.

Twitter Inc. is standing up to a New York district attorney’s subpoena requesting account details and communications from user Malcolm Harris, who is being prosecuted in connection with an Occupy Wall Street protest last October.

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