Another Twitter Lawsuit Comes to Light

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Uh oh, it looks like Twitter lawsuits are becoming trendy now. After Courtney Love settled hers out of court for over $400,000 and a British politician was ordered to pay over £50,000, a new Twitter libel case has sprung up, this time in the sports industry. An NBA referee is suing the Associated Press and one of its sports writers over a tweet.

A federal lawsuit was filed Monday March 14th claiming that an AP sports reporter defamed an NBA referee in a tweet sent during a basketball game.

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