CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 28, 2012
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(New York: Tony Guida) How law enforcement is monitoring social media Websites to arrest protesters like the occupy Wall Street movement examined. [Protester Malcolm HARRIS - says going into his Tweets is a fishing expedition.] [Lawyer Martin STOLAR- opposes subpoenaing Tweets.] A ruling from Judge Matthew Sciarrino in the subpoena case quoted.
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