News Highlights – December 24, 2013

Snowden says his ‘mission’s already accomplished’

December NSA Mini-Trove: Clapper and Fleisch on Secrecy Claims Post-Snowden

Data-Mining, Section 215, and Regulating the Government’s Use of Stored  Data…

Secret Ops and Self-Government Don't Mix

Two-Decade Review Yields History of Covert Action in Congo

Commentary – Social media: The next generation of archiving

 

Snowden says his ‘mission’s already accomplished’

[Washington Post, December 24, 2013]
 

December NSA Mini-Trove: Clapper and Fleisch on Secrecy Claims Post-Snowden

[Lawfare, December 23, 2013]
 

Data-Mining, Section 215, and Regulating the Government’s Use of Stored Data: The Overlooked, but More Important, Question About NSA Surveillance

[Just Security, December 23, 2013]
 

Secret Ops and Self-Government Don't Mix

[The Atlantic, December 23, 2013; See also

Covert action in Colombia, Washington Post]
 

Two-Decade Review Yields History of Covert Action in Congo

[Secrecy News, December 23, 2013]

 

Commentary – Social media: The next generation of archiving

[beSpacific, December 23, 2013]

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