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UK Attorney General: Twitter Users Breaking Injunctions Could Face Legal Action
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Msg#: 4322843 posted 11:37 am on Jun 7, 2011 (gmt 0)

UK Attorney General: Twitter Users Breaking Injunctions Could Face Legal Action [guardian.co.uk]
Twitter users who breach privacy injunctions could face legal action for contempt of court, the attorney general has warned.

In the starkest warning yet to users of the micro-blogging site who breach so-called "gagging orders", Dominic Grieve said individuals could be prosecuted and added that he would take action if necessary if he thought the law was not being upheld.


 

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