If you tweet something, you can't consider it private speech even if you later delete it, a New York judge ruled on Monday, denying for the second time a motion to quash a subpoena against an Occupy Wall Street protester arrested last October.
We don't know when it was determined that we could not read books of substance on the beach. But with the help of some literary-minded friends of The Atlantic Wire, we're calling hogwash on this verdict.
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