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    Post Twitter protocol | Respect of Privacy | For non-criminal critics

    The government is demanding to know who this Trump critic is. Twitter is suing to keep it a secret.

    I've been following this new story, among other "big" stories of very recently (this week), and this one is funny.
    You win some, you lose some...

    Strictly a Twitter story/principle...abiding by the laws of liberty, freedom, privacy, decency, ...on solid grounds.
    I agree with Twitter; sue the government for invasion of privacy, human rights, free speech when peace is respected and criticism is constructive in a fair balance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    The government is demanding to know who this Trump critic is. Twitter is suing to keep it a secret.

    I've been following this new story, among other "big" stories of very recently (this week), and this one is funny.
    You win some, you lose some...

    Strictly a Twitter story/principle...abiding by the laws of liberty, freedom, privacy, decency, ...on solid grounds.
    I agree with Twitter; sue the government for invasion of privacy, human rights, free speech when peace is respected and criticism is constructive in a fair balance.

    IMO
    The NSA would know in a heartbeat.
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    Roger, if that was possible the government sure didn't ask them to (NSA). They asked Twitter directly. I think it's for the legal aspect of the laws.
    The full article is interesting, and it raises many important points; points with various opinions.
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    Oh well it didn't last long /// Twitter Withdraws Lawsuit Filed Over Anti-Trump Account

    The rest of the story might just go undercover now.
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