Associated Press Sued in Minnesota Over Krawczynski Twitter Tweet


Just the other day, I read a news report commenting on how relatively few lawsuits have resulted from the explosion in the use and popularity of Twitter, especially given all the potentially actionable statements made using that social media platform.

Well, here's one of interest, hot off the press so to speak, not only for those in Minnesota, but anywhere, especially for those who follow the NBA or perhaps their favorite NBA team, and take part in armchair officiating from time to time: William H. Spooner v. The Associated Press, Inc. and John Krawczynski (filed in Minnesota federal district court yesterday on March 14, 2011).

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