The government's chief legal adviser said on Wednesday he plans to offer guidelines to social media users to help them avoid breaking Britain's laws on contempt when posting comments about court cases.How-by holding it accountable?
The guidelines, which will be posted on a case-by-case basis, aim to avoid a repeat of several high-profile incidents this year where Tweeters have fallen foul of the law.
"Blogs and social media sites like Twitter and Facebook mean that individuals can now reach thousands of people with a single tweet or post," said Attorney General Dominic Grieve.
"This is an exciting prospect, but it can pose certain challenges to the criminal justice system," he added in a statement.
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Tweeting For The Defense
The British government is concerned about this social media business: