New documents from the Internal Revenue Service suggest the agency’s criminal tax division has been reading taxpayers' emails without a warrant despite an appeals court decision saying that violates the Fourth Amendment.
The 247 pages of documents were released to the American Civil Liberties Union after the ACLU filed a Freedom of Information Act request.
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