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DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court is currently considering a case that could have widespread implications for free speech in the social media age.
The case stems back to an incident between two students from two different states communicating with each other via Twitter in the wake of the Arapahoe High School shooting in 2013.
The Twitter communications became increasingly more aggressive until one student started making threats to the other, writing things like, “Let me…