For this week's Shareable Friday video, we have our own editor Malcolm Harris on Russia Today's The Alyona Show discussing the Manhattan prosecutor's office's attempts to use his Twitter records in connection with an Occupy Wall Street arrest in October. Last time Malcolm wrote about the case for Shareable, he was fighting to intervene despite the district attorney's claim that he had no rights to his tweets. SInce then, the judge took the prosecution's side. But this week, Twitter Inc. decided to take a stand and back Malcolm's claim. Hear all about it from him below:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Paul M. Davis tells stories online and off, exploring the spaces where data, art, and civics intersect.
I currently work with a number of organizations including Pivotal and Howlround. Previously I edited Shareable Magazine, and served as Content Manager and Strategist at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. My work has also appeared in publications such as GOOD, Utne Reader, the AV Club, and the SF Weekly.
Have interest in: Knowledge, technology, reusable resources, goodwill.