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Judge approves limited search warrant for data on anti-Trump protesters
The Washington, D.C., court orders a Web host provider to release information about anti-Trump protesters.
By Lauren Rosenblatt

“Sixty civil liberties groups and other organizations sent a letter to Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions on Thursday to express concern about the search warrant demand and the precedent it sets.

“The Justice Department’s actions in this case conflicted with core American values,” the letter states. “Americans have a right to seek information without fear of surveillance; they have a right to privacy; they have a right to dissent; and they have a right to petition their government without fear of persecution.”