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+ - UK Director of Public Prosecutions defines criminal posts->

Submitted by Kupfernigk
Kupfernigk (1190345) writes "Following some high profile cases in which the Crown Prosecution Services initiated prosecutions for offensive tweets or posts that resulted in convictions quashed on appeal, the DPP has issued guidelines on what are criminal, and what are merely offensive or annoying, posts."
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