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Seth Rich FOIA Update: MPD Appeal Denied, Anonymous Requests Can Proceed

In a prior post, I mentioned that I won a FOIA Appeal in a records request case against the DC Metropolitan Police Department. This would have allowed all anonymous requestors to request documents without revealing their identity. MPD appealed the appeal decision. They thought they were going to take me down to china town by claiming that Federal FOIA requires unanonymous requests. I looked up several similar cases and found key differences which undermined their argument. They said, I didn’t have standing to make an appeal in court. Ha, it…

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Music streaming company Spotify has 60 million paying subscribers

July 31, 2017 (Reuters) – Spotify now has 60 million paying subscribers, adding 10 million subscribers in less than five months, a spokeswoman for the music streaming company said on Monday. The spokeswoman declined to comment on a report in the Financial Times that the Swedish company was eyeing a listing as soon as the fourth quarter, citing people familiar with the matter. http://on.ft.com/2f1Z8vY Spotify, which recently appointed financial advisers to explore a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange, said in June that its operating loss widened in…

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Music streaming company Spotify has 60 million paying subscribers

July 31, 2017 (Reuters) – Spotify now has 60 million paying subscribers, adding 10 million subscribers in less than five months, a spokeswoman for the music streaming company said on Monday. The spokeswoman declined to comment on a report in the Financial Times that the Swedish company was eyeing a listing as soon as the fourth quarter, citing people familiar with the matter. http://on.ft.com/2f1Z8vY Spotify, which recently appointed financial advisers to explore a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange, said in June that its operating loss widened in…

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Angelina Jolie ‘upset’ over backlash to Cambodia film casting process

July 31, 2017 LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Angelina Jolie responded to growing backlash over the casting process for her latest film, saying she was “upset” that an improvised scene during auditions had been misconstrued as taking real money away from impoverished children. In a Vanity Fair interview published last week about her film “First They Killed My Father,” Jolie described a game played by the casting directors with the young Cambodian children auditioning for the lead role of Loung Ung. Jolie, a special envoy for the United Nations refugee agency,…

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