It's the gift that keeps on
"P.S. I just love your accent."
It's pretty obvious.
Mutually assured destruction?
"Anonymous Celebrity" no more.
No word yet if police have found the person responsible for the posts.
The writer Ayelet Waldman, who was there, has the real story.
The journalist's account is still suspended.
Twitter and the network have their reasons, but they're shaky at best.
It's too early to know for sure, but the companies seem interested.
The company is appealing a judge's demand that they turn over tweets.
Plus: Bryan Cranston shared the death threats we would've heard from Walter White had we taken up Aaron Paul's tweet, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
A judge ruled today against the privacy argument.
He loves the attention.
The man has our attention.
Thank God for Twitter.