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Digital Currency

A federal court in New Hampshire dismissed a man’s civil rights suit against the IRS, in which he alleges the government violated his rights by obtaining records of his financial transactions from third parties. The case stems from the agency’s summons of financial records from certain digital currency exchanges.

CONCORD, N.H. — A federal court in New Hampshire dismissed a man’s civil rights suit against the IRS, in which he alleges the government violated his rights by obtaining records of his financial transactions from third parties. The case stems from the agency’s summons of financial records from certain digital currency exchanges. 

Categories / Civil Rights, Financial, Government

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