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DOJ inspector general to probe Trump Administration Apple subpoenas

AppleInsider Friday, 11 June 2021 ()
Following Thursday's reports, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco has called for an investigation into the subpoenas served on Apple for phone records of House Democrats.

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Monaco has reportedly asked the Justice Department's inspector general to probe the seizing of phone records, MSNBC reported Friday. Although it isn't clear when that request was sent, Justice Department officials have confirmed that the department's internal watchdog will be looking into the subpoenas.

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