It's been a busy week in the Twitterverse. Users of the micro-blogging site have had much to comment on, from Apple going after HTC again for copyright infringement to Andrew Crossley being named Internet Villian of the Year. Here's PC Advisor's five favourite tweets from the week.
Apple goes after HTC....again
This week, Apple accused HTC of infringing its copyright by using some of its iPhone technology in their handsets, although Apple declines to reveal which patents were being infringed.
"Apple accuses HTC of infringing its patents. It's not the first lawsuit Apple has filed against smartphone manufacturer," Deputy News Editor CarrieSkinner said in a tweet.
Bullying lawyer is Net Villain of the Year
Managing editor Pricivius was keen to point out Andrew Crossley – a bullying lawyer who targeted Brits accused of illegal filesharing had been named the Internet Villain of the Year by the Internet Service Providers' Association.
Assange appeals extradition
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was back in court this week, to appeal against a decision to extradite him to Sweden to face accusations regarding unlawful coercion, two counts of sexual molestation and rape. Assange's lawyers argued that Swedish prosecutors have mischaracterised encounters with two women who Assange had sex with in August 2010.
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