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Why The Wikileaks Twitter Case Was Correctly Decided. And Why It Shouldn't Be.

Why The Wikileaks Twitter Case Was Correctly Decided. And Why It Shouldn't Be.
In an important opinion issued Friday, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in United States v. Appelbaum upheld a previous order instructing Twitter to turn over to the U.S. government Twitter records—not the content of tweets …
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Twitter Ordered To Hand Over WikiLeaks Supporters' Account Information
Twitter has to provide the U.S. Department of Justice with all account information for three users who allegedly support WikiLeaks, a federal judge ordered on Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Liam O'Grady denied a motion to suspend previous orders that …
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Twitter data retention policy targeted by WikiLeaks in #NOLOGS campaign
Over the last year, Twitter users who also happen to be WikiLeaks supporters have found their user data subpoenaed along with a gag order. Former WikiLeaks supporter Birgitta Jonsdottir, for example, had her Twitter records subpoenaed by the F.B.I. EFF …
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NSA spied on German Chancellors for 10 yrs, tapped 125 govt phone numbers
America's National Security Agency has spied on German chancellors and their offices for more than 10 years, a new WikiLeaks report says. The three leaked NSA intercepts indicate that the US targeted 125 phone numbers of top German officials.
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