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D.C. judge approves government warrant for data from anti-Trump website

Reuters Thursday, 24 August 2017
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A District of Columbia Superior Court judge approved a government warrant on Thursday seeking data from an anti-Trump website related to Inauguration Day riots, but he added protections to safeguard "innocent users."
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