The Wall Street Journal reports Twitter is the main player in a case heating up in federal court in Oakland. The court fight doesn’t involve a consumer device but information that Twitter wants to make public but that the government says cannot be released because it contains classified details about secret terrorism investigations. Twitter sued the U.S. government in 2014 for the right to disclose more details about the scope of the government’s national security requests for user data. It claims the government is restricting its First Amendment rights by barring the release of information the company claims wasn’t properly classified. And it wants the court to declare that it can’t be prosecuted for releasing it.