News Highlights – April 8, 2015

US Secretly Tracked Billions of Calls for Decades

Opinion: Our Intelligence Apparatus, Operating in the Dark

Here is the Secrecy Pact Police Signed with the FBI So They Could Use a Phone Surveillance Tool

NIST, NARA Closer to Standard for Securing Federal Information on Outside Systems

Intelligence Oversight in the 113th Congress

Are State Department Contractors Shortchanging Whistleblowers?

Labor Department Failed to Properly Report $2 Million in Employee Conferences

 

US Secretly Tracked Billions of Calls for Decades

[USA Today, Brad Heath, April 8, 2015]

Opinion: Our Intelligence Apparatus, Operating in the Dark

[Washington Post, Katrina Vanden Heuvel, April 7, 2015]

Here is the Secrecy Pact Police Signed with the FBI So They Could Use a Phone Surveillance Tool

[Business Insider, Cale Guthrie Weissman, April 7, 2015]

NIST, NARA Closer to Standard for Securing Federal Information on Outside Systems

[FierceGovernmentIT, Stephanie Kanowitz, April 6, 2015]

Intelligence Oversight in the 113th Congress

[Secrecy News, Steven Aftergood, April 8, 2015]

Are State Department Contractors Shortchanging Whistleblowers?

[GovExec, Charles S. Clark, April 7, 2015]

Labor Department Failed to Properly Report $2 Million in Employee Conferences

[Washington Post, Josh Hicks, April 7, 2015]

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