Twitter is facing a deadline to hand over about three months' worth of Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets or faces steep fines from a New York judge.
Twitter Inc. says it will appeal a court's ruling requiring the company to release an Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets.
Lawyers for Occupy New Haven say they will be asking a federal appeals court in New York City to stay a ruling allowing the city to remove the protesters from the Green.
Over the past two months, the Occupy movement has attracted thousands of followers across the Big Apple. And proof of that could be seen in their Day of Action rallies, where protesters took to the streets to spread a message about economic inequality.
The Wall Street protesters are planning a demonstration for an hour before they're supposed to leave a lower Manhattan park so it can be cleaned.
Protesters speaking out against corporate greed and other issues showed no signs of giving up their campaign Monday, with organizers urging participants to dress up as what they called corporate zombies and to take part in a rally against police brutality.