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Don’t Turn Over Reader List To IRS Rules Judge Hall

Posted By Jeffrey Eisenberg On September 4, 2007 @ 8:39 am In Blogs,Journalism,Publishing | 3 Comments

Who is Watching Big Brother? [1]Can the IRS obtain information about what you read on a website even if you have done nothing wrong?

I didn’t think it was possible until I read “Order on Tax Evasion Site Blocked [2]” in the NY Times:

On Friday, Judge Peter W. Hall temporarily blocked the portion of the order requiring Mr. Schulz to turn over to the government the names and identifying details of people who had obtained information at the Web site on how to stop federal tax from being withheld from their paychecks.

My position is clear, I’m a card carrying member of the ACLU. Do you think the IRS should be able to get that list?


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