Saturday, 28 May 2011

Twitter to reveal details of 65,000 British users/Creepy Archbishop likes superinjunctions


American social networking site Twitter has bowed to a court action brought by a British group complaining that they were libelled in messages. Twitter have revealed the personal data of hundreds of accounts which revealed South Tyneside's councils spending, and more than 65,000 people who have posted tweets about super-injunctions now face the same fate. The individuals who brought the legal action were councillors and officials at a local authority, South Tyneside - costing council tax payers hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal costs...

The council are undertaking a massive cover-up over how they spent, or rather wasted taxpayers money. This is a clear unprecedented ruling has prompted a row over freedom of speech, with experts warning that it may lead to a flood of actions by lawyers in other cases seeking to obtain personal information about people who breach super-injunctions or post libellous messages on Twitter. 

 
In other injunction news the creepy Archbishop of Canterbury defended super-injunctions claiming the super rich and famous deserved to be able to take out court orders which the majority of the population cannot afford. I wonder what secrets the creep has to hide who has previously defended paedophile priests..

48 comments:

  1. That pedophile deserve a punch in the face.

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  2. that is the creepiest looking priest ever

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  3. This is why we cant have nice things

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  4. I love news about websites like this.

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  5. Twitter really is a popularity contest, how many people use it for news nowadays?

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  6. I love twitter as well :\

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  7. @Silk

    When breaking news happens you can spot it quickly on twitter trends

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  8. I hate twitter. I only use facebook, but I hate facebook aswell

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  9. wow that's enough for me today ... I just can't believe this also +followed

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  10. good old twitter, always revealing the truth ;)

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  11. Now i know to stay away from twitter...

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  12. Never trust twittering priests...

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  13. In defence of twitter - they were basicly bullied into making that decision.

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  14. Dont fuck with twitter :o

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  15. People need to be less butthurt.

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  16. This is completely ludicrous!

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  17. I like the way he's looking at this bird

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  18. How often do you update this blog?

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  19. ZOMG THE EYEBROWS! LOL keep up the good work with your posts =D

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  20. Damn. They just put Twitter in a bad place.

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  21. I'd bet good money he knows something he doesn't want the public to know about

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  22. Lost a lot of respect for Twitter because of this.

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  23. What secrets does that creep hide. fortunately i never use tweeter

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  24. Twitter always seem untrustworthy to me.

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  25. Once it goes on the internet, its there FOREVER!

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  26. Exactly as stated above once something has been posted on the internet you will never get rid of it.

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  27. Twitter is no good, man. Noo goood.

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  28. Its forever going to be on the net.

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  29. Fuck pedophiles. Rarely do I agree with Internet sites giving over info, but in this case it was warranted!

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  30. i think u need to post some more =D

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  31. These are the kinds of news stories that make me lose my faith in humanity.

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