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Trump Administration Demands Facebook Hand Over Information on Anti-Trump Activists

The Trump administration has reportedly demanded information that could give them access to thousands of anti-Trump protesters’ private Facebook accounts, says a new report by CNN.

Specifically, the warrants submitted by the U.S. Department of Justice target three users described as “anti-administration activists who have spoken out at organized evens, and who are generally very critical of this administration’s policies.”

Emmelia Talarico, one of the users named, operated the DisruptJ20 page which has organized large protests in the past – therefore, if Facebook were to give the requested information, the govenrment could have access to 6,000 other individuals who visited the page, says LawNewz.

The American Civil Liberties Union is already working to halt the request and will be representing the three individuals named.

“What is particularly chilling about these warrants is that anti-administration political activists are going to have their political associations and views scrutinized by the very administration they are protesting,” ACLU attorney Scott Michelman said.

Along with Talarico, the warrants demand Facebook provide details on Lacy MacAuley and Legba Carrefour.

Carrefour argued against the warrant, saying his page “contains a large amount of private material concerning my personal life.”

While MacAuley denied involvement in any of Inauguration Day riots, he said he has “participated in or helped to organize dozens of demonstrations and events of various types in service of political causes.”