UK users warned Twitter will hand over data to courts

Twitter's new European boss, Tony Wang, has indicated that users who broke the super-injunction to reveal Ryan Giggs' name could face the English courts - and that if they do it will be on their own.

Tony Wang: Twitters' European boss
Tony Wang: Twitters' European boss

He said that people who did "bad things" would have to defend themselves and said Twitter would comply with local laws to turn over user details.

He was referring to a number of high profile Twitter users, including Boy George, Piers Morgan and Dom Jolly, who tweeted the Manchester United player’s name.

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