Re: Have I broken the law too?
Umm... the whole problem with the UK atm (I can't speak for other countries but it does seem to be a similar case even in the US) is that there is no law which states "Don't say X..." Instead, we the proles, are walking in fields of verbal landmines, just waiting for someone to be offended by what we say.
Whilst this legal quagmire exists, I would encourage anyone and everyone to avoid Twitter - even for innocuous crap such as posting what you had for breakfast.
If the law was so specific, it would probably be easier to avoid breaking it. However there is also a certain Streisand effect comes into play when judges do attempt to make specific orders i.e. Don't publish the name of this wholesome footballer who cheated on his wife with this person who can be named because we don't give a shit about her.
"If the law if not right, then try and change it..."
Personally, I'm bored of stupid people who roll out this line whenever free speech issues come up in an attempt to be clever. It is both stupid and ignorant. Even if the law could be crowdsourced in such a way that your statement infers, it would be an absolute mess.
Should there be a law for allowing every single thing that a human being could say e.g. "Pink unicorns riding on a rainbow fart clouds of M&M's whilst circling Uranus" - should there be a law that specifically states people should be allowed to say that?
Maybe you should be locked up, to keep you safe from hearing things you don't like? Then we can all chortle at the irony of some idiot who thinks stupid people should be locked up!