wallstreetbets emails

Emily Crose filed this request with the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States of America.
Tracking #

21-02196-FOIA

21-02201-FOIA

21-02200-FOIA

21-02199-FOIA

21-02198-FOIA

21-02197-FOIA

Due Aug. 31, 2021
Est. Completion Jan. 27, 2022
Status
Awaiting Response

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From: Emily Crose

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

Internal emails dated between January 2021 to the date of this request involving the terms "wallstreetbets", "wall street bets", "/r/wallstreetbets", "meme stocks", "Keith Gill", or "Deep Fucking Value". Please do not include any material that may be considered "newsclippings" unless the discussions involve newsclippings as important context.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 20 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Emily Crose

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Your request was successfully submitted and sent to the appropriate SEC division or office.
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From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Good afternoon,

Thank you for inquiring about the status of Request No. 21-02201-FOIA. We are still consulting with our staff concerning any records that may be potentially responsive to your request. Consequently, we cannot provide an approximate date of completion. However, you can expect a response from our office by September 7, 2021.

Your patience is appreciated as we continue to process your request as efficiently as possible. If you have any further questions or concerns, you may contact me directly.
Best Regards,

Alysia Morrow, Research Specialist
Office of FOIA Services (OSO)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
100 F Street NE
Washington, DC 20549
Telephone: (202) 551-8376 or (202) 551-7900
E-mail: morrowa@sec.gov or foiapa@sec.gov

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Good afternoon Ms. Crose.  Please review the attached complex track estimate response and reply by close of business on September 17, 2021.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Please review the attached letter and reply no later than September 30, 2021.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Crose,

This message follows up on the attached letter regarding your request for Internal emails dated between January 2021 to the date of this request involving the term "Keith Gill". In our letter, we informed you of the volume of records and the estimated number of hours to process the records at the cost of $61 per hour. Your response was due September 17, 2021 to inform us if you wanted to place this request into our complex track or if you wanted to narrow the scope.

If you are still interested in this request, please respond by September 28, 2021 and inform us if you want us to place this request into our complex track or if you want to narrow the scope. If we do not receive a response from you by that date, this request will be administratively closed without further outreach.
Best,

Alysia Morrow, Research Specialist
Office of FOIA Services (OSO)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
100 F Street NE
Washington, DC 20549
Telephone: (202) 551-8376 or (202) 551-7900
E-mail: morrowa@sec.gov or foiapa@sec.gov

From: Emily Crose

I'm sorry, I'm confused. The message also says that there are no fees associated with this as it is considered a "media use" request. Am I responsible for fees or not?

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Good afternoon,

No fees have been assessed with the associated requests thus far. More than likely, you will not be charged any fees since we produce the majority of the requests electronically and no duplications fees are charged.

If you have any additional inquiries, you may contact me directly.

From: Emily Crose

I am definitely still interested in these requests.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Crose,

This message is responding to both Request Nos. 21-02200-FOIA and 21-02201-FOIA. The attached complex track estimate letters were sent (21-02200-FOIA was dated and sent September 2, 2021, in which we requested a response by September 16, 2021; and, 21-02201-FOIA was dated and sent September 16, 2021; we requested a response by September 30, 2021).

In your message below, you stated that you are still interested in receiving the requested records. As such, both requests will be placed into our complex track queue and may take thirty-six (36) months or more to process. Please review the attached letters for additional information. If you have any issues with opening and/or viewing the letters, you may contact me directly.

Our office will keep you apprised of your requests' status in the complex track queue. If you have any furthers questions, feel free to contact me.
Best Regards,

Alysia Morrow, Research Specialist
Office of FOIA Services (OSO)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
100 F Street NE
Washington, DC 20549
Telephone: (202) 551-8376 or (202) 551-7900
E-mail: morrowa@sec.gov or foiapa@sec.gov

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Crose,

This message is responding to both Request Nos. 21-02200-FOIA and 21-02201-FOIA. The attached complex track estimate letters were sent (21-02200-FOIA was dated and sent September 2, 2021, in which we requested a response by September 16, 2021; and, 21-02201-FOIA was dated and sent September 16, 2021; we requested a response by September 30, 2021).

In your message below, you stated that you are still interested in receiving the requested records. As such, both requests will be placed into our complex track queue and may take thirty-six (36) months or more to process. We will contact you when your requests reach the top of the queue and are ready to be processed. Please review the attached letters for additional information. If you have any issues with opening and/or viewing the letters, you may contact me directly.

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me.
Best Regards,

Alysia Morrow, Research Specialist
Office of FOIA Services (OSO)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
100 F Street NE
Washington, DC 20549
Telephone: (202) 551-8376 or (202) 551-7900
E-mail: morrowa@sec.gov or foiapa@sec.gov

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Morrow, Alysia would like to recall the message, "Freedom of Information Act Request #21-02201-FOIA".

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Crose,

This message responds to both Request Nos. 21-02200-FOIA and 21-02201-FOIA. The attached complex track estimate letters were sent (21-02200-FOIA was dated and sent September 2, 2021, in which we requested a response by September 16, 2021; and, 21-02201-FOIA was dated and sent September 16, 2021; we requested a response by September 30, 2021) to notify of the voluminous amount of potentially responsive records and allow you an opportunity to narrow the scope of your request.

In your message below, you stated that you are still interested in receiving the requested records. As such, both requests will be placed into our complex track queue and may take thirty-six (36) months or more to process. We will contact you when your requests reach the top of the queue and are ready to be processed. Please review the attached letters for additional information. If you have any issues with opening and/or viewing the letters, you may contact me directly.

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me.
Best Regards,

Alysia Morrow, Research Specialist
Office of FOIA Services (OSO)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
100 F Street NE
Washington, DC 20549
Telephone: (202) 551-8376 or (202) 551-7900
E-mail: morrowa@sec.gov or foiapa@sec.gov

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Crose,

This message responds to both Request Nos. 21-02196-FOIA and 21-02197-FOIA. The attached complex track estimate letter was sent to requests@muckrock.com<mailto:requests@muckrock.com> on November 4, 2021.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Regards,

Jason Luetkenhaus
Lead FOIA Research Specialist
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Office of FOIA Services
100 F Street, NE
Washington, DC 20549
Direct: 202-551-8352
Email: Luetkenhausj@sec.gov<mailto:Luetkenhausj@sec.gov>

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Greetings,
Please see the attached correspondence concerning your FOIA request and respond by January 25, 2022.
Thank you.

From: Emily Crose

Please go ahead and add this to the complex track. Thank you for your correspondence.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Will do.

Thank you for your prompt response.

Indria Burrows

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Thank you for your prompt response. However, I sent a letter referring to FOIA Request No. 21-02199-FOIA. Please specify that you want that one in the complex track.

If you would like 21-02196-FOIA placed in the complex track as well, I will forward it to the correct person.

Thank you.

Indria Burrows

From: Emily Crose

yes, please add that one to the complex track. I appreciate your follow up.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Greetings,
Please see the attached correspondence concerning your FOIA request. When responding please identify this particular FOIA request (21-02198-FOIA).
Thank you.

From: Emily Crose

Yes, please add this to the complex track.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Cross,

This message responds to both Request Nos. 21-02196-FOIA and 21-02197-FOIA. The attached complex track estimate letter was sent to requests@muckrock.com<mailto:requests@muckrock.com> on November 4, 2021.

In response to your email on January 11, 2022 with my colleague Ms. Indria Burrows, it appears that you would like to add 21-02196-FOIA to the complex track. Please confirm this and also advise if you would like to add 21-02197-FOIA to the complex track as well.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Regards,

Jason Luetkenhaus
Lead FOIA Research Specialist
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Office of FOIA Services
100 F Street, NE
Washington, DC 20549
Direct: 202-551-8352
Email: Luetkenhausj@sec.gov<mailto:Luetkenhausj@sec.gov>

From: Emily Crose

Yes, I would like to add both to the complex track.

From: Securities and Exchange Commission

Ms. Cross,

Thank you for your email. As per your request below, we have added both of your requests (21-02196-FOIA & 21-02197-FOIA) to our complex track. You will receive periodic updates regarding you requests.

In the interim, if you have any questions, feel free to email foiapa@sec.gov<mailto:foiapa@sec.gov> or call 202 551 7900.
Regards,

Jason

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