News Highlights – December 14, 2012

U.S. Terrorism Agency to Tap a Vast Database of Citizens

This 'Seven Years' War' is a Battle Over Pentagon Secrecy and Torture Information

Wikileaks Begins Release of Confidential US 'Detainee Policies'

Senate Panel Approves Findings Critical of Detainee Interrogations

Cheneyism Preserved But Attenuated in New Plum Book

Performance.gov Gets a New Look

Don't Shut Your Eyes to the Importance of FOIA Regulations

 

U.S. Terrorism Agency to Tap a Vast Database of Citizens

[Wall Street Journal, December 13, 2012; See also: Attorney General Secretly Granted Gov Ability to Develop and Store Dossiers on Innocent Americans from Wired]

This 'Seven Years' War' is a Battle Over Pentagon Secrecy and Torture Information

[McClatchy, December 13, 2012]

Wikileaks Begins Release of Confidential US 'Detainee Policies'

[Jurist, December 13, 2012]

Senate Panel Approves Findings Critical of Detainee Interrogations

[New York Times, December 13, 2012]

Cheneyism Preserved But Attenuated in New Plum Book

[Secrecy News, December 13, 2012]

Performance.gov Gets a New Look

[Federal Computer Week, December 13, 2012]

Don't Shut Your Eyes to the Importance of FOIA Regulations

[The FOIA Ombudsman, December 13, 2012]

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