In Bloomberg, Sarah Frier reports:
"In the first half of this year, tweets will start to be visible in Google's search results as soon as they're posted, thanks to a deal giving the Web company access to Twitter's firehose, the stream of data generated by the microblogging service's 284 million users ..."
Lawyers tweeting from Legal Tech are receiving plenty of attention. Their branding has been enhanced, at least in the circles focused on tech. The big buzzword, they tell us, is "Information Governance."
In addition, with the establishment media not covering trials, even big ones like insider trading, end-to-end, public relations agencies partnering with law firms are assigning Tweeters to do that kind of work. Increasingly, courts are not allowing electronic devices into the room. However, on breaks and in the evening, the PR folks can post this short form. On their blogs, they can discuss issues in more detail and then link them to the tweet.