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News Highlights - October 3, 2014

Recovery.gov, Now Less Useful!
Judge Won't Close Guantanamo Force-Feeding Hearing
Opinion: It's Time to Pass the USA Freedom Act--Warts and All
DoD to Be More Transparent About Strategy to Deter Cyber Attacks
CIA Sued Over Senate Spying
 

News Highlights - October 2, 2014

CIA Asks to Destroy Email of Non-Senior Agency Officials
US Bid for Secret Gitmo Force-Feeding Hearings Challenged
Authorities Think About Telling You if You're Watchlisted From Warrantless Spying
You Can't FOIA the Capitol Police
 

News Highlights - October 1, 2014

Editorial: Don't Shut the Courtroom Door
Debate Brews Over Disclosing Warrantless Spying
Special Counsel to Supreme Court: Don't Unravel Whistleblower Protections
Open Government Advocates Encourage Classification Reform Committee to Improve the MDR Process and "Rescue Declassification"
Tangled Up in FOIA Requests, Agencies Turn to Technology
CIA: Cost of Personal Computer in 1987 is a Secret
Recipe for Successful DATA Act Implementation is Part Collaboration, Part Oversight
 

News Highlights - September 30, 2014

New Documents Show Legal Basis for NSA Surveillance Programs
US Bid for Secret Guantanamo Force-Feeding Hearings Prompts Cover-Up Fears
Transparency Groups Press White House on FOIA Delays
What We Know About Coming DATA Act Standards
 

News Highlights - September 29, 2014

White House Plans to Require Federal Agencies to Provide Details About Drones
Feds Want Guantanamo Force-Feeding Hearing Secret
Scalia Has a Secrecy Problem: Hiding and Hypocrisy at the Supreme Court
Making the Federal Government's Secret Trove of Local Government Data Public
Treasury, OMB Chart Path to DATA Act Implementation
 

News Highlights - September 26, 2014

Settlement Finally Brings Justice to Marine Corps Whistleblower
Save the Press from the White House Censors
Senate CIA Report Release Slips Again
 

News Highlights - September 25, 2014

Obama Pledges to 'Lead by Example' on Openness
Celebrating Open Government Around the Globe
 

News Highlights - September 24, 2014

What Can OGP Do For Me?
OGE Director Shaub Wants a Stronger, More Transparent Ethics Community
Lawmakers Want to Expand Role of Government Privacy Watchdog
Reporters Say White House Sometimes Demands Changes to Press-Pool Reports
 

News Highlights - September 23, 2014

Transparency Advocates Denounce Secret Lawmaking
The FOIA Request that Cost Agency Employee Jeffery Scudder His Job Finally Results in CIA Posting Trove of Studies and Intelligence Articles 
Local Government's Big Text Message Quandry

News Highlights - September 22, 2014

Opportunity Missed: Why We're Not Thrilled by PACER Restoration of "Old" Court Records
Ongoing 'Covert' Training of Syrian Rebels: But Is it Still Covert...and if so, Why? 
8 Ways the Obama Administration is Blocking Information
 

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