Prosecutors Drop Demand for Inauguration Protest Data

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Federal prosecutors have dramatically narrowed their demands for information about a website used to organize protests of President Trump's inauguration, Politico reports. Privacy advocates and civil liberties groups had complained that a search warrant a Washington, D.C., judge issued last month for data about the disruptJ20.org website was wildly overbroad and could have swept up data on thousands of people who . . .

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