Seizure-inducing tweet leads to a new kind of prosecution

"“What is new, because of the technology, is the ease with which certain individuals can be targeted across state lines by remotely distant perpetrators,” said Andrea Matwyshyn, a law professor at Northeastern University."

"“This doesn’t even get in the door of the First Amendment,” said Danielle Citron, a legal scholar at the University of Maryland. “It doesn’t have expressive value. . . . It doesn’t express someone’s autonomy of views and opinions. It’s not contributing to the marketplace of ideas.”"