U.K. court bans social media disclosures in right-to-die case

A U.K. court has issued an injunction that bans users of Facebook and Twitter from naming a brain-damaged woman whose family are seeking the right to take her off life support. Critics say the court order, the first of its kind, is unrealistic since U.S.-based users of the social networks are not under British jurisdiction.

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