The New York Times says the Twitter account was initially suspended, but later reappeared with the same tweets minus the address. It wasn't clear who ordered the addresses to be removed. The controversy comes after Twitter first used its new censorship policy to suspend the account of a neo-Nazi group in Germany. Griffin has ridiculed the whole mess and declared that discrimination is a "fundamental human right."
|Nick Griffin, leader of Britain's far-right BNP, allegedly sent a tweet containing the address of two gay men at the heart of an anti-discrimination case.|