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News Highlights - July 23, 2014

The Challenge of Keeping Tabs on the NSA's Secretive Work
A Look Behind President Clinton's Veto of an Anti-Leak Bill
Senator 'Within Inches' of NSA Reform Deal
IRS Scandal Teaches Agencies to Archive
Supreme Court Gets 'Incomplete' Grade for Transparency

News Highlights - July 22, 2014

Stars May Be Aligning for Transparency Legislation
Obama, Senate Make Progress on NSA Data-Collection Reform Bill
Opinion: 3 Ways to Get More Out of the Data Act
White House Posts Open Data Engagement Starter Guide
 

News Highlights - July 21, 2014

LTE: The Senate Should Reject a Flawed Cybersecurity Bill
Meet Executive Order 12333: The Reagan Rule That Lets the NSA Spy on Americans
Senate Bill Requires Report on "All" NSA Bulk Collection
Post-9/11 Overreach of Secret Federal Court Must End
The Dirty Truth About Missing Emails
 

News Highlights - July 18, 2014

Guest Post: Would the USA Freedom Act End All Authorities for Bulk Collection?
Hill surveillance reform: Time is not on its side
No, less disclosure will not reduce dark money
Open Gov Backers Launch ‘Free Law’ Group
 

News Highlights - July 17, 2014

Guantanamo Judge's Secret Order on Secret Motion is So Secret Defense Lawyers Can't See It
NSA Refuses to Release Documents on Mysterious Death of UN Secretary General Over 50 Years Ago
Does the NSA Have Lois Lerner's Emails?
NSA Surveillance: What the Government Doesn't See
 

News Highlights - July 16, 2014

Open Gov: Who's Late Out the Gate?
Privacy Groups, Reddit Are Urging Obama to Pledge to Veto Cybersecurity Bill
HHS Announces New Open Gov Projects, Wants to Know What You Think
 

News Highlights - July 15, 2014

2008 Obama Would Have Slammed 2014 Obama for This Government Secrecy Case
Opinion: An Important Crusade for Open Government
Opinion: NSA Now Admits Edward Snowden Sent More Than One Email, But Won't Disclose Them
 

News Highlights - July 14, 2014

Opinion: The Senate is Giving More Power to the NSA, in Secret. Everyone Should Fight It.
White House Most Transparent? Yes Says New Press Secretary
New Court Orders Signal More Drone Documents Are on the Way
When the CIA Keeps the President in the Dark
Cass Sunstein Opinion on FOIA Amendment and My Rebuttal

News Highlights - July 11, 2014

Agencies Fail to Deliver a Plan to Deliver the Data
Decades-Old Rwandan Genocide Documents Withheld Under B(5) FOIA Exemption, Researchers Forced to Look Abroad for Transparency
Wyden: CIA Still Must Answer Questions About Searching Senate Files
PIDB Holds Congressional Briefing on Transforming the Security Classification System
 

News Highlights - July 10, 2014

The FBI's Dirty Little Secret
Privacy Advocates Call for FISA Court Reform
Civil Rights Groups Ask Administration to Explain NSA Surveillance of American Muslims
Anger Over Torture Report Fades to Silence
 

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