engine - 8:24 pm on Jan 28, 2013 (gmt 0)
In addition to publishing the second report, we’re also introducing more granular details regarding information requests from the United States, expanding the scope of the removal requests and copyright notices sections, and adding Twitter site accessibility data from our partners at Herdict.
We believe the open exchange of information can have a positive global impact. To that end, it is vital for us (and other Internet services) to be transparent about government requests for user information and government requests to withhold content from the Internet; these growing inquiries can have a serious chilling effect on free expression – and real privacy implications.
Twitter Publishes Its Second Transparency Report [blog.twitter.com]
Find out more at https://transparency.twitter.com/