The decision has far-reaching consequences for public access to information.
The list presents a small window into the movers and shakers in the Silicon Valley.
The more than 135 pages of emails, memos and other documents brought into focus a calculated, multiyear effort by the social network to dupe children out of their parents’ money.
Major tech firms have joined thousands of individual tech workers in pledging not to assist the incoming Trump administration with the construction of a mandatory registry of Muslims. But there is one small problem: Such a database already exists, and anyone can buy it for less than $20,000.