A HIGH Court judge has issued an injunction that bans publication of information on Twitter and Facebook.
LEAKS on Twitter could lead to the end of superinjunctions, experts have predicted, but people posting the comments may face jail.
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THE top secret raid on Osama bin Laden's compound was inadvertently revealed to the world on Twitter by an IT consultant living in Abbottabad.
ITV presenter Mark Austin was swamped by crowds outside Buckingham Palace.
The government has been urged to install a "Twitter screen" in the House of Commons chamber so MPs can follow live updates during debates.
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OFFENDED by Donald Young's expletive-laden blast at the US Tennis Association via Twitter, Patrick McEnroe responded by saying the 21-year-old American would need to apologise before the USTA did anything more to support him.
ACTOR and writer Stephen Fry has given his backing to a city arts centre threatened with closure - via Twitter.
When news broke that president Hosni Mubarak was staying in power, the mood on Twitter was muted.
Google and Facebook have reportedly held separate talks with Twitter about buying the social networking site.
It has been reported that Portsmouth FC intends to fine its players £1,000 for every word they post on their Twitter accounts. Many employers who have encountered problems with staff posting damaging comments on Facebook or Twitter will understand the club's frustration.
rmb999: "Andy Murray - you did good!"
AS obvious survey results go, they surely should have seen it coming.
TWEETS published from inside court could become a regular feature of sentencing hearings after a successful debut in the Tommy Sheridan case.
Liverpool forward Ryan Babel has been fined £10,000 and warned about his future conduct for posting comments and a doctored picture of Howard Webb on Twitter.
POLICE in Scotland are to pilot a novel solution to improving communications between bobbies and the public - by tweeting on the beat.
LIVERPOOL forward Ryan Babel has admitted a charge of improper conduct in relation to him posting remarks about, and a picture of, referee Howard Webb on Twitter.
SCOTTISH football clubs have been warned that players will be punished for bringing the game into disrepute if they mock referees on social networking sites.
Victoria Beckham has spoken of her delight to be expecting a fourth child.
THE Football Association could launch disciplinary action against Liverpool forward Ryan Babel after he tweeted a photo of referee Howard Webb in a Manchester United shirt.