Government seeks to unmask Trump dissident on Twitter, lawsuit reveals

"Jennifer Granick, the director of civil liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, called the government’s behavior “craven” and described the CBP summons as a “classic case of abuse”.

“For the government, a federal law enforcement officer, to not understand the very basics of protecting free speech and following the rule of law is egregious,” she said.

Granick questioned, in particular, what process could have produced the summons. “Either some low-lying people are running the asylum and issuing demands, which is dangerous,” she said, “or people at the top are approving these, which is nauseating and terrifying.”"