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Twitter sues feds over attempt to identify anti-Trump account

The government wants to know who's behind an account allegedly tweeting from inside US immigration offices.
David Lumb, @OutOnALumb
April 6, 2017
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Twitter is suing the government to resist giving up the identity behind @Alt_uscis, an account tweeting out anti-Trump messages. The account is allegedly run by rogue members of US immigration agencies. The social media titan has brought suit against the feds in order to stop the summons.

The ACLU tweeted out its support of Twitter and pledged to personally represent the user(s) behind @Alt_uscis.

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