In late July, the Justice Department filed a motion in the District of Columbia Superior Court, requesting “names, addresses, telephone numbers and other identifiers, e-mail addresses, business information, the length of service (including start date), means and source of payment for services (including any credit card or bank account number), and information about any domain name registration.”
A search warrant dated July 12 demanded the company provide “all” information in their database about disruptj20.org, the site for organized inauguration day protests. On August 14, the company tweeted: “DreamHost supports #freespeech. That’s why we’re pushing back on this request from the DOJ: “We Fight for the Users…The internet was founded on its democratizing ability to facilitate a free exchange of ideas. And that’s why we’re taking a stand.”
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