A web-hosting and domain registration company is fighting a Justice Department warrant for records from a website that helped organize protests against President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

According to DreamHost, the Justice Department has filed a motion to compel the company to release 1.3 million visitors’ IP addresses from disruptj20.org, a website belonging to a group of activists “building the framework needed for mass protests to shut down the inauguration of Donald Trump.”

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