Court Order Server Over Twitter

Via BBC News | Technology, an article featuring UK High Court allowing an injunction to be served via social-networking site Twitter to serve an unknown Twitter user who anonymously posts to the site using the same name as a right-wing political blogger.

The order demands the anonymous Twitter user reveal their identity and stop posing as Donal Blaney, who blogs at a site called Blaney’s Blarney. The order says the Twitter user is breaching the copyright of Mr Blaney.

UK law states that an injunction does not have to be served in person and can be delivered by several different means including fax or e-mail.

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