Andrew Blake reports:
The Trump administration was sued in federal court Thursday over a new rule requiring nearly all visa applicants to list the handles they use on social media services.
Attorneys representing two documentary film organizations filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in D.C. against the heads of the Departments of State and Homeland Security.
Brought on behalf of Doc Society and the International Documentary Association, the suit seeks to stop the State Department and DHS from demanding social media information from visa applicants and retaining that data, respectively, effectively aiming to overturn a newly enacted immigration policy put in place under President Trump.
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