With hundreds of millions of tweets per day, it’s impossible to follow everything happening on Twitter. Every Friday, the Daily Dot rounds up notable Twitter news and stories from the past week—in 140 characters or less.

  • The company behind social analytics service Kred won a restraining order to regain access to tweets and Twitter data.
  • Is Twitter ignoring a security risk?
  • Garbage’s Shirley Manson hit out at fans after they took offence to her calling them “cold.”
  • Here’s a look at how Twitter is outing celebrities who endorse products they don’t actually use.
  • A man was arrested over apparent racist remarks directed to ex-soccer player Stan Collymore.
  • A U.K. politician says he’s looking into “unauthorized” homophobic comments which popped up on his account.
  • The person running the account for the U.S. Embassy in Cairo suggested that President Mohamed Morsi was Egypt’s new dictator.
  • Who takes over your Twitter account when you die?
  • A week after shutting her account over legal gaffes, a prominent politician’s wife is back tweeting.
  • Here’s a look at how lessons learned from the infamous Fail Whale helped an email service get off the ground.
  • The BBC has fired two employees over Twitter and Facebook posts.
  • After former France First Lady Carla Bruni said feminism wasn’t needed in her generation, tweeters explained why she was wrong.

The week’s best new accounts: Ahead of a United Nations vote on its status, Palestine started an account to call for peace. Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair started tweeting about his work on about European issues.

Photo of the week: A newspaper gave a stark warning to readers in its obituary section when it forgot to add the names of the people who’d died. (@AndrewBloch)