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Manafort's Daughter's Lawyers Pressured Twitter to Delete Links to Hacked Text Messages
In July, a freedom of information activist dumped an unredacted cache of text messages allegedly hacked from Manafort's daughter's phone.
DHS Did Not Investigate Hundreds of Civil Rights Abuse Complaints, Documents Reveal
DHS’s Office of the Inspector General says it has 'limited resources' to investigate hundreds of civil liberties and detainee abuse complaints, but one expert said the figures “demand a closer look.”
How Twitter Sued the Trump Administration and Won Almost Instantly
Twitter sued Customs and Border Protection on Thursday. By Friday morning, the government withdrew its subpoena for the user information of @ALT_uscis.
Exclusive: UK Airstrikes in Iraq and Syria Have Killed Almost 1,000 'Enemy Combatants' — But No Civilians
The figures show a significant spike in casualties from RAF airstrikes since UK Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said 330 militants had been killed up to September 2015.
Chinese Officials Were Implicated in the Panama Papers, but You Wouldn't Know It in China
China has apparently been blocking search terms and removing online stories that would lead citizens to read about how the relatives of party leaders have been linked to offshore companies.