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Social Media Communications

A California trial court improperly ordered Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to disclose private communications between a murder victim and prosecution witness in a case stemming from a drive-by shooting, an appeals court in the state ruled, granting the companies’ motion to quash the subpoenas.

SAN FRANCISCO – A California trial court improperly ordered Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to disclose private communications between a murder victim and prosecution witness in a case stemming from a drive-by shooting, an appeals court in the state ruled, granting the companies’ motion to quash the subpoenas.

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