Super-injunction Footballer Tweets
May 22, 2011 by Post Team
Super-injunction Footballer Tweets, The number of tweets about a Premier League footballer who tried to silence the discussion in Twitter for his alleged affair with Imogen Thomas has reached 30,000. The messages have appeared in the last 30 days, following their request for privacy to prevent newspapers that identified him in the stories about her alleged relationship with Ms. Thomas. The married player initiated legal action against Twitter, a company based in the U.S., and “persons unknown”, requesting the release of the users of Twitter says it has broken the end of last week.
The move prompted hundreds of Twitter users to repeat your name online. Within 24 hours of the player to launch the new legal tender, more than 12,000 tweets about him and the relationship appeared at the site. Tweets mentioning the player also shot up dramatically on two occasions during the past 30 days, once following the news of an injunction against Ms. Thomas first broke, and again in the first hours after the onset of the court action Friday.
The trend was reinforced on Saturday when a guest on Today, BBC Radio’s flagship, snapped the player’s first name during an interview.
The comments were collected and spread around the Internet, including tweets by at least two of the journalists themselves of the corporation.
A BBC correspondent in high profile Twitter wrote that he had invited “has only one syllable break the super-order player.”
The footballer was one of a number of celebrities who were identified by an anonymous user on Twitter earlier this month, like getting super-injunctions to hide the matters complained of.
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