Twitter Apologizes for Mishandling Journalist’s Suspended Account

Twitter Inc. on Tuesday apologized for mistakes it said it made in handling the account of Guy Adams, a journalist for the U.K’s Independent newspaper, who was kicked off the short-messaging service for publishing the email of an executive from Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal.

In a blog post, Twitter General Counsel Alex Macgillivray confirmed that Twitter personnel working in partnership with NBC flagged a Twitter post Friday from Mr. Adams that contained a corporate email account for Gary Zenkel, president of NBC Olympics.

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