The White House is no longer asking citizens to report people and "fishy" information in the health care debate.
In response, the American Center for Law and Justice says it is extremely pleased with the decision.
E-mails sent to the flagging address now bounce back with a message that it is no longer in service.
The ACLJ's Jay Sekulow said the program was nothing more than an attempt to stifle free speech and intimidate those who do not agree with the president. It raised significant First Amendment concerns.
The ACLJ called on the president to rescind the program when it first began.