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Hamburg police correspondence to Mein-Parteibuch.com requesting censorship of posting and user details, 2009

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May 10, 2009
Summary

Mein-Parteibuch.com (My Party Book) is a satirical German political weblog. The file shows correspondence initiated by the Hamburg police trying to get user data to prosecute call center workers left without money for "false statements" (posts) and content of the postings removed.

Detective superintendent Oliver Henschke's phone number is included in the file. Deleted postings can be checked via search engines caches for key phrases[1]

Mein Parteibuch replied to Mr. Henschke as "Wang Weilin - Office for International Censorship".

  1. ? http://www.google.com/search?q=VerkohlCenterGesch%C3%A4digter
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Context
Germany
Government (bureaucracy)
Hamburg Police
Primary language
English
File size in bytes
22323
File type information
Non-ISO extended-ASCII English text, with very long lines, with CRLF line terminators
Cryptographic identity
SHA256 5d3c6e7a5f759d6126319f7df242f2f50b9ec5f5c225abc9063a0dab89481398



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