PR firm sues to learn who sent allegedly defamatory fake tweets

“A flurry of fake messages sent on the social networking site Twitter that allegedly defamed a public relations firm has driven its owners to U.S. District Court in hopes of discovering who has been impersonating them,” the Detroit News reported. “Friday was the deadline for Twitter Inc. to comply with a federal subpoena asking for any information that could identify the individual who set up the ‘tannerfriedman’ account and sent the messages, known as tweets, under the name. ‘We …

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