News Highlights – December 15, 2011

Junkyard Gives Up Secret Accounts of Massacre in Iraq
DoD Says Military Intel Budget Request is Classified
CIA Will Process Request on Open Source Works
Rulemaking process raises copyright concerns
Continuing Conversation on the U.S. National Action Plan on Transparency
Congress Enacts Insider Threat Detection Program
New bar for responding to We the People petitions may be too high
Nixon’s Presidential Library: The Last Battle of Watergate
Congressional Lawmaking: A Perspective On Secrecy and Transparency

Junkyard Gives Up Secret Accounts of Massacre in Iraq
[New York Times, December 14, 2011]

DoD Says Military Intel Budget Request is Classified
[Secrecy News, December 14, 2011]

CIA Will Process Request on Open Source Works
[Secrecy News, December 14, 2011]

Rulemaking process raises copyright concerns
[Federal Computer Week, December 14, 2011]

Continuing Conversation on the U.S. National Action Plan on Transparency
[POGO Blog, December 14, 2011]

Congress Enacts Insider Threat Detection Program
[Secrecy News, December 14, 2011]

New bar for responding to We the People petitions may be too high
[NextGov, December 14, 2011]

Nixon’s Presidential Library: The Last Battle of Watergate
[Miller-McCune, December 8, 2011]

Congressional Lawmaking: A Perspective On Secrecy and Transparency
[Congressional Research Service via FAS, November 30, 2011]

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