News Highlights – December 17, 2015

Defense Secretary Conducted Some Official Business on a Personal Email Account
Congress just revived the surveillance state in the name of 'cybersecurity'
Feds Urge Crackdown On Bad Cops, But Agencies Haven't Gotten The Message
Do We Actually Want Social Media Companies Telling The Government Who's A Terrorist?
US Stalling Release Of Thousands Of Torture Photos Worse Than Abu Ghraib

Defense Secretary Conducted Some Official Business on a Personal Email Account
[New York Times, Michael S. Schmidt, December 17, 2015]

Congress just revived the surveillance state in the name of 'cybersecurity'
[The Guardian, Trevor Timm, December 16, 2015]

Feds Urge Crackdown On Bad Cops, But Agencies Haven't Gotten The Message
[Huffington Post, Ryan J Reilly, December 17, 2015]

Do We Actually Want Social Media Companies Telling The Government Who's A Terrorist?
[Fast Company, Charlie Sorrel, December 16, 2015]

US Stalling Release Of Thousands Of Torture Photos Worse Than Abu Ghraib
[MintPress News, Kit O’Connell, December 16, 2015]

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