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News Highlights - October 30, 2014

Members of Congress Demand to See Guantanamo Force-Feeding Videos
Opinion: Toward a Different Kind of Transparency
In Second Meeting, FOIA Advisory Committee Tackles Litigation Review, 508 Compliance, and Fee Issues
 

News Highlights - October 29, 2014

DOJ Again Asks for Delay on CIA Report's Release
FBI Proposes Changes to Whistleblower Protections
Picking Up the Open Gov Torch
 

News Highlights - October 28, 2014

Report Reveals Wider Tracking of Mail in US
Tracking American Counterterrorism Money to Dark Places
Feds Identify Suspected 'Second Leaker' for Snowden Reporters
New Report of IG Concealments: Deja Vu All Over Again?
Why IGs are More Bark Than Bite
A Battle Waged Against Government Secrecy
Opinion: Kids in the Chemical Danger Zone
 

News Highlights - October 27, 2014

Opinion: Transparency Can Combat Corruption
New Cyber Doctrine Shows More Offense, Transparency
In Cold War, US Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis
Peace Prize Laureates Urge Disclosure on US Torture
Obama Claims Executive Privilege Over 15,000 Fast and Furious Docs
 

News Highlights - October 24, 2014

Pro-Privacy Senator Wydne on Fighting the NSA from Inside the System
Senate-CIA Dispute Unsettled as Final Investigation into Torture Report Ends
50 Groups Push Obama on FOIA Legislation
 

News Highlights - October 23, 2014

Whistleblowers Say USAID's IG Removed Critical Details from Public Reports
In a Federal Trial Examining a Classified Military Deal, Don't Mention the Navy SEALs
Ron Wyden Blasts CIA for Censoring Torture Report
Interior IG Releases Few Investigative Reports
Opinion: Digital Government, Openness and Open Cloud--New Cornerstones of Democracy
 
 

News Highlights - October 22, 2014

The U.S. is Still Violating the Anti-Torture Treaty It Signed 20 Years Ago
Opinion: The Truth About Torture is Obama Never Wants You to Find It
Secret Service White House Security Review Exempted from Transparency Law
Chemical Weapons and Secrecy: a Terrible Combination
Could FOIA Work on a DATA Act Model?
Homeland Security Buried in FOIA Requests
White House Chief of Staff Negotiating Redaction of CIA Torture Report
 

News Highlights - October 21, 2014

Opinion: Empower NARA to Fix Recordkeeping
Senseless Deprivation: the NRC Hiding Documents from the Public
A Passing: Rick Piltz, a Bush-Era Whistleblower
 

News Highlights - October 18 - 20, 2014

Govt Rebuts Criticism of State Secrets Privilege
Open source the CBO!
Vote all you want. The secret government won’t change.
What ‘America’s Data Agency’ Should Be Doing With Its Data

News Highlights - October 17, 2014

DOJ, Media Groups Fight Over Release of Guantánamo Videos
Judge grants 30-day delay in release of Guantánamo force-feeding videos
The FBI Wants Internet Wiretapping Powers
Comment: If drone strikes continue in Afghanistan, the lack of transparency must not
Opinion: Secret Order Cancels Guantanamo Hearing on FBI Spying -- Government 'Transparency' in Action
Senate’s inquiry into CIA torture sidesteps blaming Bush, aides

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