TWITTER'S BLUE TICK RULE CHANGES MAY LOWER THE SUEBALL BARRIER

Got a few quid and want to launch a lawsuit? Now is a good time Comment Infamous online cesspit Twitter may have unintentionally made itself easier to sue for the things users write on its site, following recently announced changes to its "blue tick" verification system.…

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Comment: A comment is generally a verbal or written remark often related to an added piece of information, or an observation or statement. These are usually marked with an abbreviation, such as "obs." or "N.B."