Feds Try To Have Most Of Twitter’s Transparency Lawsuit Dismissed

Feds Try To Have Most Of Twitter’s Transparency Lawsuit Dismissed

Last October, in response to efforts by the federal government to limit what websites can reveal about national security requests regarding its users, Twitter sued the Justice Dept., U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, the FBI and its Director James Comey. The DOJ fired back with a recent filing asking the court to dismiss most of the complaint, saying that federal guidelines do not restrict Twitter’s First Amendment rights. [More]

In Spite Of Evidence To Contrary, AG Holder  Claims “Too Big To Jail” Is A Myth

In Spite Of Evidence To Contrary, AG Holder Claims “Too Big To Jail” Is A Myth

Is Attorney General Eric Holder all talk and no action? For the second time this year Holder has made it clear that the Justice Department does not believe that any corporation or executive is too big to jail. But an abundance of fines and a lack of actual prosecutions is enough to make one wonder if the declarations are just for show. [More]