Your tweets, never very private to begin with, are about to get much more public. Google, the Goliath search engine company starting integrating tweets into its desktop search results this weekend. They've been experimenting with Twitter content for awhile now, but they only began to show tweets in all English language desktop searches starting last Friday.
Since Google controls two thirds of the world's search traffic, that means that your tweets could end up in front of a lot more than just Twitter's somewhat insular community. With that in mind, here's a look at what's changed along with some best practices for lawyers who tweet.