Leosghost - 2:25 pm on Nov 5, 2012 (gmt 0)
I can't see where twitter is posting the name of the copyright holder complainant on twitter ( or maybe I miss-understood what you were getting at ? ) ..what is on Chilling effects ( vis a vis "details of "complainant" ) is what was always there with relation to individual "take downs" or DMCAs..
I doubt that there is a stronger defender of IP than myself..but twitter surely cant say "OK we'll require a DMCA from Getty ..to take down a tweet" ..but.. "We'll take down a tweet, on just, "his say so" from Leosghost..no DMCA required "..
Personally I think tweets that reuse others images etc without permission should result in a ban of the account holder ..after all tweeting or using someone else's images it isn't something that one can do "by mistake" or say "wasn't me, the cat walked on the keyboard and posted the image along with the tweet"..