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Taxpayers Covered Trump Cabinet Member's $122K Family Vacation in Europe, Thanks to Counterfeit Email 

A senior US official doctored an email last year to justify taking her boss’s wife on a taxpayer-funded trip to Europe that turned into a extravagant vacation—replete with Wimbledon championship tickets, tours of Westminster Abbey and Denmark’s Rosenborg Castle, and of course, a cruise along the Thames.

Twitter Vows to Politely Ask Trump to Remove Tweets If He Doxes Journalists

Last week, Twitter finally responded to President Trump’s potential violations of the site’s rules, saying blocking a “world leader” from Twitter or removing their tweets “would hide important information people should be able to see and debate.” It was a hands-off response likely prompting many to look up the blast…

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Judge Orders Limitations on Sweeping DreamHost Warrant Seeking Info on Anti-Trump Site

A judge ordered the web hosting company DreamHost to redact identifying information about visitors to a website used to coordinate a protest during President Trump’s inauguration, imposing further limits on an extensive warrant obtained by the Justice Department that initially aimed to collect visitors’ IP addresses.