News Highlights – December 22 – January 2, 2013

Senate Passes Intelligence Bill Without Anti-Leaks Measures

Senate Approves Measure to Renew Controversial Surveillance Authority

Editorial: Too Many Government Secrets

Watchdog: Transparency Advocates See Tough Year, Growing 'Windsorgate' Scandal Ahead

Judge Rebuffs Feds' Secret Arguments on No-Fly List

Court Filings Surge in FOIA Cases During Obama Years

 

Senate Passes Intelligence Bill Without Anti-Leaks Measures

[Secrecy News, December 31, 2012; See also: Anti-Leaks Provision in Intelligence Authorization Bill May Encourage Selective Leaking from The Dissenter]

Editorial: Too Many Government Secrets

[Washington Post, December 25, 2012]

Senate Approves Measure to Renew Controversial Surveillance Authority

[Washington Post, December 28, 2012]

Watchdog: Transparency Advocates See Tough Year, Growing 'Windsorgate' Scandal Ahead

[The Examiner, January 2, 2013]

Judge Rebuffs Feds' Secret Arguments on No-Fly List

[Politico, December 29, 2012]

Court Filings Surge in FOIA Cases During Obama Years

[Washington Times, December 24, 2012]

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