The DPP has told the Central Criminal Court it is concerned issues regarding the identification of the two boys convicted of Ana Kriegel's murder could flare up again.
Facebook and Twitter said they will continue to obey a court order to remove any photographs or other material they become aware of.
Previously the court heard one of the boy's families had gone into hiding and an innocent boy had been wrongly identified as being Boy A or Boy B online.
Today, Lawyers for the DPP told Mr Justice Michael White that since a court order for Facebook and Twitter to remove any material they become aware of identifying either boy, matters are now stable.
However, it is concerned the issue could flare up with the sentencing process is at a sensitive stage.
The boys are due to be sentenced on July 15th.
Lawyers for the social media giants presented sworn affidavits, outlining the steps they have taken to obey court orders.
They didn't oppose the DPP's request for the order to continue and the matter has been adjourned until July 26th.
Report from Shane Beatty, the Central Criminal Court