Guy Adams’s Twitter Account Back

    Twitter logo is displayed at the entrance of Twitter headquarters in San Francisco on March 11, 2011 in California.  A US judge on Friday ordered Twitter to hand over data of three users in contact with the controversial website WikiLeaks, rejecting arguments the move violated freedom of speech and privacy.  President Barack Obama's administration obtained a court order last year seeking information from the Twitter accounts as it considers action against WikiLeaks, which has released a flood of secret diplomatic documents.     AFP Photo / Kimihiro HOSHINO (Photo credit should read KIMIHIRO HOSHINO/AFP/Getty Images)


    “Did I miss much while I was away?” Guy Adams, the journalist whose Twitter account was suspended after he ribbed NBC’s tape-delayed coverage of the Olympics, is back on the social-networking site. Adams, who writes for the U.K.’s The Independent, tweeted the email address of the president of NBC’s Olympic coverage as part of a diatribe against the network, and was soon suspended from Twitter for violating the site’s privacy policy. His account was reinstated Tuesday after NBC withdrew its complaint. “I feel delighted and relieved,” Adams said. “I’m a working journalist. I need Twitter to do my job properly.”

    Read it at CNN