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British Member of Parliament Seeking to Impose Sanctions on Twitter

Mr Galloway - himself a prolific tweeter with over 116,000 followers - has filed an early day parliamentary motion saying that Twitter is “used for a variety of criminal activities including sending malicious communications”.

“Twitter is a US-based enterprise whose primary motivation is to maximise its profits,” the motion states, adding that the microblogging site’s failure to hand information to the police about criminal communications is “reprehensible”.

Source: Telegraph. Read full article. (link)

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