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Groups sue Trump administration over new social media disclosure requirements

Reuters Thursday, 5 December 2019
Two documentary film groups filed suit Thursday against the Trump administration challenging new rules adopted earlier this year that require nearly all U.S. visitors to disclose social media user information used in the last five years.
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