FBI abandons demand for info on readers of story on agent shooting

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The FBI has dropped an effort to force the publisher of USA Today to turn over information that could disclose who read one of the newspaper’s online stories about a February shooting incident in Florida that left a suspect and two FBI agents dead, as well as three other agents wounded.

The subpoena issued to USA Today’s parent company, Gannett, in April demanded internet addresses and similar details on readers of the story during a 35-minute window on the evening of the shooting at an

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