A Washington, D.C., judge significantly narrowed the Justice Department's warrant for data on a website used to plan anti-Trump protests during the Inauguration, reports NPR. The government had sought a sweeping warrant for records from web hosting firm DreamHost of all visitors to a customer's website, DisruptJ20.org — even those not suspected of committing a crime. DreamHost resisted complying, says . . .
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