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Monday, November 25, 2013

DOJ refuses to turn over documents in new lawsuit

The Examiner has learned that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has once again  engaged in one of its familiar tactics in response to various lawsuits brought against it -- the refusal to turn over documents that are considered key evidence.

The lawsuit was filed by the top technology corporations in the nation, such as Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, and Linkedin, which are seeking the legal right to make public the number of requests they receive from the NSA and the FISA court to turn over private information, along with the number of citizens who are impacted by these requests.
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