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Twitter sued by British Soccer Player

norriefc (1998536) writes | more than 2 years ago

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norriefc (1998536) writes "Here in the UK super injunctions are all the rage. These are injunctions that bar the press from even mentioning that the injunction exist. Recently a twitter account exposed several of these super injunctions and named several people involved and what their alleged indiscretions were. Now one "famous" soccer player is trying to sue Twitter and the the yet to be named tweeters for invasion of privacy, apparently in ignorance of the Streisand effect. I'm doubtful of an American company paying much attention to UK anti free speech laws"
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