Some things I found interesting on Twitter this morning…
The galaxy fortnite skin is so worth buying a $1,300 Note 9 🤷🏼♀️— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) August 30, 2018
Simply wanted to let you know that I love you ❤️— Khloé (@khloekardashian) August 30, 2018
I want to thank the men and women of the 42 Detective Squad, Bronx Homicide and all who worked on the murder case of Lisa Marie Velasquez. Your collective efforts led to those responsible for her murder. Two perpetrators are now in custody. #Bronx @NYPDnews @NYPDChiefofDept pic.twitter.com/LBTKQawoNW— Chief Dermot F. Shea (@NYPDDetectives) August 30, 2018
First day of freshman year vs. first day of senior year pic.twitter.com/aiUb67BlQ3— Funny Or Die (@funnyordie) August 30, 2018
Interesting story over at Engadget.
While going on Twitter to serve a summons is certainly unorthodox, the DNC assures that the method is perfectly legal and valid. According to CBS News, the party filed a motion with a Manhattan federal court last month to allow it to serve the organization on the social network, which a judge obviously granted. A spokesperson told Gizmodo that they chose to go that route because Wikileaks was being unresponsive and is more likely to read the summons if sent through the website. The organization is very activeon Twitter, after all, and frequently tweets out links to its newest leaks.via Engadget