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Did you visit this anti-Trump site? The US government wants your IP address | Trevor Timm

The Department of Justice wants 1.3 million IP addresses of people who visited distruptj20.org. In an unprecedented and dangerous move, Donald Trump’s justice department is threatening to violate the first and fourth amendment rights of over a million people by issuing an overboard surveillance request aimed at identifying alleged anti-Trump protesters. The justice department is demanding that web hosting provider DreamHost hand over, among many other things, 1.
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