Sent a number of FOIA requests last year, mainly to find out if anything would be shared in relation to a prison abolition group I was working with, but I also sent in requests for past groups I'd worked with, including Las Vegas Indymedia. This is what I got. It's not really that exciting, and given it was so long ago, it doesn't really mean much. But I feel it should be shared.
All the other groups I worked with either returned nothing, or it was indicated that there was a current investigation.
This is a comment system called babcom, which is a decentralized, anonymous, encrypted, troll-resistant, comment system
that runs atop Freenet. These comments are not stored on this IMC server - they exist in the Freenet cloud, and you
must be running Freenet and Sone to see the comments. Install Freenet and try it out.
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If you see something like Invalid key: java.net.MalformedURLException: There is no @ in that URI! (Sone/search.html), you need to setup Sone and the Web of Trust
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