Court ordered Twitter to disclose names after complaint from the Union of Jewish Students of France.
Twitter has given user data to the French authorities which could help identify the users who are accused of posting racist comments on the site.
A French appeals court in June this year ordered Twitter to disclose the names of the persons following complaint from the Union of Jewish Students of France (UEJF).
The UEJF sued Twitter earlier this year for hosting anti-Semitic messages even after being ordered to take out similar tweets.
In March 2013, UEJF also sued Twitter for $50m following the company’s failure to honour a ruling in January by a French judge to reveal details of users who posted anti-Semitic statements within 14 days.
Twitter said that it had given information to judicial authorities enabling the identification of some authors of anti-Semitic tweets.
The micro-blogging site said the move puts an end to the dispute with the UEJF, while the two parts had agreed to continue to work together in order to actively fight racism and anti-Semitism.
Last month, the Turkish government asked Twitter to establish a representative office inside the country following allegations that the microblogging site is being used for whipping up anti-government stir.