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The company surrendered the data to Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino, but the tweets will be sealed pending an appeal.
The social network isn't surrendering to a New York judge's demands to turn over tweets from a user involved in the Occupy Wall Street protests -- instead it's continuing to fight.
Consumer rights groups oppose subpoena for Twitter data of arrested demonstrator.
Social network says in appeal that a lower court's decision concluding user tweets are "unprotected by the federal and New York constitutions is still erroneous."
Twitter tells the court that its users own the data they post to the site.
A judge tells the microblogging site to produce information about an Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets -- or its last two quarterly reports.
Twitter must hand over information from user's account in Occupy Wall Street protest arrest case.