It all stemmed from the government's attempts to get personal information from the Twitter accounts of three people linked to the WikiLeaks probe.
Their lawyers argued that the data - screen names, mailing addresses,
telephone numbers, credit card and bank account information, and
Internet protocol addresses - is protected by the First Amendment.
Prosecutors said the request is a routine part of their criminal probe.
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