A judge has ruled that Twitter must disclose an Occupy Wall Street protester’s tweets or face a fine. New York State Supreme Court Judge Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr. has said the company must either turn over the posts or provide its earning statements from the previous two quarters so the judge can assess a fine, Bloomberg reports. “I can’t put Twitter or the little blue bird in jail, so the only way to punish is monetarily,” Sciarrino said. In an exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Mathew Schwartz asks, “Can service providers be held liable for what their users post, tweet or upload, including what others may deem to be offensive communications?”
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