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Gossip: Hollywood's anti-Twitter campaign

Hollywood studios have begun inserting anti-Twitter clauses into stars’ contracts in order to prevent leaks of confidential information via social networking.

Hollywood studios have begun inserting anti-Twitter clauses into stars’ contracts in order to prevent leaks of confidential information via social networking. Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers are among the first to sign contracts including such language, said The Hollywood Reporter. Their contracts with DreamWorks for the next film in the Shrek franchise are said to include a clause forbidding postings to any “social networking site, blog, or other Internet-type site.”

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