Bennett Haselton writes A judge rules that a county has to turn over the IP addresses that were used to
access a county mayor's Dropbox account, stating that there is no valid
security-related reason why the IP addresses should be exempt from a public
records request. I think the judge's conclusion about IP addresses was right,
but the reasoning was flawed; here is a technically more correct
argument that would have led to the same answer. Keep Reading to see what Bennett has to say about the case.