Jurors in cases hoping to get the first tweet or social media statement out are out of luck after a new rule was approved by the Florida Supreme Court.
Ronald Reagan used to tout the 11th Commandment, “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Rebublican.” Based on tea party hero Sarah Palin’s latest tweet, she may need to go back to learn that idea again.
While people waited for word on the steps of the Supreme Court Wednesday, others waited by their computers and smart phones, eagerly checking Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates from the nation’s highest court on the fate of the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8.
As the Miami Heat wrapped up its second consecutive NBA championship Thursday night, a Twitter account holder posted an ominous message, referencing the Boston Marathon bombing.
The Associated Press became the latest major company to see its Twitter account get hacked Tuesday. The difference with this hack was that it temporarily sent financial markets in New York tumbling.
As the investigation into the terror attack on the Boston Marathon played out, nearly every development played out on social media sites. Pieces of information were being sent out via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit with incredible speed.
Pope Benedict XVI is in the final hours of his papacy and South Florida Catholics are watching every moment of his historic resignation.
Rapper Lil Wayne claimed he was kicked out of Sunday’s Miami Heat game for rooting for the wrong team, according to a tweet from the performer.
In a series of tweets to her personal Twitter account, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz officially accepted the invitation to continue at her post.
A South Florida teenager arrested for threatening an attack on his school did not appear in court Wednesday afternoon as expected. Instead, a judge ordered the teen to home detention and scheduled another hearing in January.