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Hunter Moore, founder of now-defunct revenge porn isanyoneup.com, claimed that all he did was post pictures people sent in.
An FBI file detailing an federal investigation into the site appears to tell a different story.
An FBI memo dated August 13, 1968 regarding Susan Sontag ended with the determination that “her activities do not warrant further investigation. By December 4 of the same year, the Bureau was calling for a full report in two weeks. “Give this immediate attention,” Hoover wrote to the New York office. Why had Hoover instructed New York to reopen their file on Sontag?
In March 2014, Jonah Peretti, founder of HuffPo and BuzzFeed, spoke at the University of Florida and was paid $40,000 plus “first class expenses.” Thanks to public records law, we have a copy of the presentation, which compares growth of Judaism and Mormonism to demonstrate that “quality religions don’t just go viral on their own”
The National Security Agency’s response for the entry on Edward Snowden on the American intelligence community’s internal wiki suggests that Intellipedia may not be quite so dynamic and heavily trafficked as its architects might hope.
Despite a distraught father’s fears that she had “corrupted” her daughter with European wanderlust, the FBI declined to investigate Professor Hannah Arendt in 1956.
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|Engagement letters for O'Melveny and Guggenheim||Rejected||Office of the Governor - California||California|
|Sexual education curriculum (Department of Education)||Rejected||Department of Education||New York City, NY|
|John Bogle’s FBI File||No Responsive Documents||Federal Bureau of Investigation||United States of America|
|Meeting minutes (California PUC)||No Responsive Documents||California Public Utilities Commission||California|
|Andy Byford's time sheets x2(MTA NYCT)||No Responsive Documents||Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Headquarters||New York|