To Massachusetts police, Sean Bucci was just a two-bit pot dealer busted in 2003 after a childhood buddy exposed his illegal business. But now he’s become the centerpiece of a Justice Department effort to pull criminal case information off the Internet.

The controversy stems from a Web site Bucci founded in 2004, shortly after he was charged with selling marijuana. The goal: to publish the names of informants like his childhood acquaintance.

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