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Twitter in the Courtroom?

A judge is allowing a reporter to use the microblogging service Twitter to provide constant updates from a racketeering gang trial this week.

Online streaming has been allowed in courtrooms before.
Other recent instant updates allowed by the federal system:

• A federal judge in Massachusetts granted a request in January for online streaming of a hearing in a recording industry lawsuit against a Boston University student accused of illegally downloading music.

• A federal judge in Sioux City, Iowa, allowed a Cedar Rapids Gazette reporter to offer live blog updates in a January tax fraud trial from a laptop computer.

• The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York allowed live television coverage in December of arguments in the case of a Canadian engineer who wants to sue the United States for mistaking him for a terrorist and sending him to Syria.

• In perhaps the highest-profile appearance of new media in the federal courts, bloggers covering the 2007 CIA leak trial for former Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, were given the same credentials as traditional journalists. - View Photos of Singles Free

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