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 October 11, 2017  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

“While the government has the right to execute its warrant, it does not have the right to rummage through the information contained on DreamHost’s website and discover the identity of, or access communications by, individuals not participating in alleged criminal activity, particularly those persons who were engaging in protected First Amendment activities,” Morin wrote.

Hell, yeah!

Alex Johnson reports:

A Washington, D.C., judge has limited the data the Justice Department can have about an anti-Trump website, saying Tuesday that he wanted to protect innocent users’ First Amendment rights.

Read more on NBC.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for passing this along.

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