An Occupy Wall Street protester who has waged a legal battle to keep his tweets from falling into prosecutors' hands will plead guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct on Friday, his lawyer said on Wednesday.The case against Malcolm Harris, 23, one of hundreds arrested during a mass march across the Brooklyn Bridge in October 2011, had drawn the attention of electronic privacy advocates who worry that it could limit the rights of Twitter users in the future.Harris' attorney, Martin Stolar, said he has conferred with Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino and expects that Harris will be sentenced to time served when he pleads guilty.The maximum penalty is 15 days in jail, though first-time offenders are rarely imprisoned.http://ca.news.yahoo.com/occupy-wall-street-protester-whose-...---heh heh....twitter...they twittered away telling what they were doing...and it was their 'undoing'......t.
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