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Feds seeking information on 11 additional NOLA.com commenters

Federal authorities who were ordered to conduct a deeper investigation into an online commenting scandal in former U.S. Attorney Jim Letten's office have issued a subpoena to The Times-Picayune's parent company, asking it to provide, among other items, information about 11 commenters on NOLA.com. The company's lawyers have objected to providing the information thus far, instead asking the feds to demonstrate they have a basis for seeking the information.

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NOLA.com out classes NY Times

NOLA.com fights the Federal Government to protect the interests of its readers and contributors. NY Times calls for scrapping the Constitution.