Twitter to appeal ruling on Occupy protest tweets
Lawyer Benjamin Lee said the ruling “doesn’t strike the right balance between the rights of users and the interests of law enforcement.”
The tweets are expected be used against Malcolm Harris.
He was among 700 people arrested on disorderly conduct charges during an Oct. 1 Occupy march on the Brooklyn Bridge. The case has evolved into a closely watched legal tussle over law enforcement agencies’ access to material posted on social networks.
The Manhattan DA declined to comment.