News Highlights – August 11, 2014

Opinion: CIA Shouldn't Get Away with Redacting Torture Report

Since Its Founding, the CIA Rarely Has Met a Secret It Didn't Like

NSA Attempted to Delete Part of a Courtroom Transcript it Deemed Classified

Black Holes in the Predecisional Universe: Agencies Gain a New Justification for Secrecy

Whistleblowers Silenced by Non-Disclosure Agreements

Opinion: Everything Old is New Again

 

Opinion: CIA Shouldn't Get Away with Redacting Torture Report

[Washington Post, Dana Milbank, August 8, 2014]

Since Its Founding, the CIA Rarely Has Met a Secret It Didn't Like

[McClatchy, Michael Doyle and Marisa Taylor, August 8, 2014]

NSA Attempted to Delete Part of a Courtroom Transcript it Deemed Classified

[Daily Caller, Giuseppe Macri, August 9, 2014]

Black Holes in the Predecisional Universe: Agencies Gain a New Justification for Secrecy

[Perspectives on History, Nate Jones, August 2014]

Whistleblowers Silenced by Non-Disclosure Agreements

[POGO, Max Johnson, August 8, 2014]

Opinion: Everything Old is New Again

[Federal News Radio, Jeff Neal, August 11, 2014]

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