Nitwit hits Twitter with writ < I couldn't resist using that headline from 'The Sun' in thread title, but for a more serious take on this story, this is 'The Guardian' report - Twitter faces legal action by footballer over privacy. The BBC is reporting this morning that the High Court in London has ordered Twitter to release details of the people that tweeted this information in breach of a so-called 'super injunctions'. These 'super injunctions' not only ban the media from publishing details about whatever is the subject of the injunction, but goes further by even banning the reporting that an injunction has even been granted. There's a massive debate going on in the UK over these injunctions, the battle between the 'right to privacy' and the 'right to publish', and the internet has been used to expose what the UK media can not on several occasions over the last couple of years. This is the first time someone has turned to the courts in response to such information being published online - this is a story worth watching IMO.