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DOJ Requesting the Identities of Emailers Involved in Trump-Protest Website

Click here for reuse options! Advocacy group argues that the DOJ seeks to build a list of those who oppose the Trump administration. In the ongoing battle for online rights, the non-profit advocacy group Public Citizen has urged the courts that internet users who emailed a Trump-protest website have the right to remain anonymous. The web-hosting service DreamHost is facing a warrant from the U.
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