The micro-blogging site announced Friday that it had given legal officials “data that could
lead to the identification of certain authors” of anti-Semitic tweets.
A French court in January ordered the company to provide the data after a legal
complaint from France's Union of Jewish Students (UEJF) and last month ruled that it had not complied.
The move “ends the legal dispute” with the UEJF, a Twitter statement said, adding that the two parties have “agreed to actively pursue their collaboration so as to fight racism and anti-Semitism according to respective national legislation”.
Four anti-racist groups also backed the legal action.
One of them, Mrap, told RFI that it agreed with the UEJF's accord with Twitter.