Twitter libel case is not just about the number of followers, rules UK High Court

A former cricketer can pursue his Twitter libel case further because the courts should consider more factors than just how many UK Twitter users saw the post, the Court has ruled.New Zealander Chris Cairns claimed that a Twitter message posted by cricketing administrator Lalit Modi accused him of match fixing and was libellous.

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