Feds drop request for library records

From the AP wires:

Federal authorities have dropped their demand for records from a library computer, but not without warning the librarians who refused to release them that under other circumstances their failure to cooperate “could have increased the danger of terrorists succeeding.”



“While the government’s real motives in this case have been questionable from the beginning, their decision to back down is a victory not just for librarians, but for all Americans who value their privacy,” said Ann Beeson, associate legal director of the ACLU.
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