The Twitter storm that saved freedom of speech

The Twitter storm that saved freedom of speech: “

But not exactly, not really…

Comment So was it Twitter what won it? Yesterday, in the wake of a flurry of Twitter and blogosphere outrage, the ‘super-injunction’ banning the Guardian (and, we should note, everybody else) from reporting details of a parliamentary question effectively collapsed. ‘A few tweets and freedom of speech is restored,’ the Graun itself said, while Tory blogger Iain Dale claimed: ‘Let there be no mistake. This would not have happened without the online engagement through various blogs and Twitter which has happened over the last 18 hours or so.’…

(Via The Register – Public Sector.)

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