The Justice Department has asked for information on the visitors of an anti-Trump website, where protests against the president had been organized, the Gateway Pundit reports.
Dreamhost, Los Angeles-based web hosting provider, said in its website that it’s been fighting the DOJ for several months on the request.
The company said the request is “unfocused” and “unlawful.”
“The request from the Justice Department demands that DreamHost hand over 1.3 million visitor IP addresses — in addition to contact information, email content, and photos of thousands of people — in an effort to determine who simply visited the website,” Dreamhost said in its blog post.
The Justice Department is looking into the website DisruptJ20.org, and is been asking the web host company to give provide them “all files” related to it.
The site helped organize protests against President Donald Trump during his inauguration day in Washington in January.