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News Highlights - July 1, 2015

There's No Reason to Hide the Amount of Secret Law
When Governments Sue Public Records Requesters
3,000 Pages of Hillary Clinton's Emails Were Just Released--Many Heavily Redacted

News Highlights - June 30, 2015

Why Open Data is the Future of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Archuleta Keeps Breach Numbers Close to the Vest, Has Federal CIO's Support
IRS Bonuses Subject of FOIA Law Suit

News Highlights - June 29, 2015

CIA Photos of 'Black Sites' Could Complicate Guantanamo Trials
Top Five Federal Open Gov Efforts

News Highlights - June 26, 2015

IT Tools Can Help Declassification Backlog, But is there Funding?
State Department Gets Libya Emails That Hillary Clinton Didn't Hand Over
Has the CIA Asked the FISC to Restart Its Bulk Collection Program?
FOIA Advisory Committee Surveys: Examining the FOIA Landscape

News Highlights - June 25, 2015

Obama Has Issued 19 Secret Directives
Ex-Im Official Deleted Text Messages After FOIA Request
Obama Administration on Plan to Take CIA's Drones: Never Mind, Keep 'Em

News Highlights - June 24, 2015

Documents on 2012 Drone Strike Detail How Terrorists are Targeted
Holy %$#@! Rahm's Clinton White House Files are Due Out
NARA Wants Input on FOIA Modernization
The FISC's Newest Opinion: Proof of the Need for an Amicus
The Rabbit-Hole of 'Relevant'

News Highlights - June 19-22, 2015

The Secrecy of the Snowden Documents
In First Batch of Released Cheney Papers, a Peek at a Polarizing Figure
Justice Watchdog Continues to Clash with FBI Over Access to Documents
The CIA Can’t Keep Its Drone Propaganda Straight
The Mystery of the BOP, the CIA and Afghanistan
The Hidden Meaning (Maybe) of the New FISC Opinion
Homeland Security found in violation of open-records law

News Highlights - June 17, 2015

Secretive Surveillance Court Skips Talking to Privacy Advocates
FOIA trial offers rare look into how FBI searches records, responds to requests
Judge OKs executive privilege in drone FOIA case

News Highlights - June 17, 2015

Senate Votes to Turn Presidential Ban on Torture into Law
Editorial: Congressional Research Belongs to the Public
Pro-Trade Dems: Secrecy Hurting Obama
House Passes Bill to Authorize Intelligence Programs

News Highlights - June 16, 2015

Opinion: Today's Senate Vote on Torture is a Moral Test
New Docs Raise Questions About CIA Spying Here at Home
Agencies Looking for Internal Data Turn to
Why Does a FISA Court Decide if Twitter Can Talk About its Dealings with FISA?

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