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The Secret Service has agreed to stop erasing White House visitor log data
while a lawsuit demanding public access to some of the information goes
forward.

Justice Department lawyers said in a court filing Tuesday night that,
pending resolution of the case, the Secret Service will suspend its
practice of disposing of the information after it is transferred to a White
House records repository.

“Although not necessary to preserve the requested records, the Secret
Service has stated that it will retain copies of all [appointment and
visitor entry] data during the pendency of this litigation, and Secret
Service has suspended auto-delete functions,” Justice Department lawyer
Julie Straus Harris wrote in response to a lawsuit brought by the Public
Citizen watchdog group.


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