By Kevin O'Keefe

Top 10 in Law Blogs : LXBN December 26, 2012

When Twitter first announced it would soon allow users to download their complete tweet history, I wondered why anyone would need to do that—sounds like a simple ploy to appease privacy advocates. Well, Aaron Weems points out one interesting use today: it makes legal discovery of tweets a lot easier.Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 106.

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