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In this May 16, 2008 photo, the exterior of a passenger terminal building at Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster, England. A man who was convicted and fined for tweeting that he planned to blow up an airport will take his case to Britain's High Court in a test of the limits of free speech on the Internet, his lawyers said Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. Attorneys for Paul Chambers said prominent human rights lawyer Ben Emmerson has been instructed to lead the legal challenge to Chambers' conviction. (AP Photo/Anna Gowthorpe, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE
Photo by: Anna Gowthorpe
In this May 16, 2008 photo, the exterior of a passenger terminal building at Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster, England. A man who was convicted and fined for tweeting that he planned to blow up an airport will take his case to Britain's High Court in a test of the limits of free speech on the Internet, his lawyers said Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. Attorneys for Paul Chambers said prominent human rights lawyer Ben Emmerson has been instructed to lead the legal challenge to Chambers' conviction. (AP Photo/Anna Gowthorpe, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE

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