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Is Your Right To Access About To Be Hoovered?

Don't look now, but your ability to get documents from the federal government may be eroding away.

The problem with this case is not only that the government is trying to limit access, but the very department that is charged with protecting your and my rights is the department seeking the limitation.

On behalf of the FBI.

Presumably already secretive, access to government may get Hoovered.

This limitation is just plain wrong. Here's the DOJ's report of the Utah District Court decision. Apparently, the case is now pending in Washington, D.C.

To learn more about the underlying lawsuit, click on the Google search in the last link.

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