News Highlights – February 10, 2012

Freedom of Information, US-style
Ten years later, CIA ‘rendition’ program still divides N.C. town
FDA says it monitored workers’ e-mail to investigate potential leak
Federal judge allows ‘secret evidence’ in al Qaeda trial
Senate Panel Backs Televising Supreme Court Proceedings House Democrats Introduce DISCLOSE 2012
Turning government data into private sector products is complicated business

Freedom of Information, US-style
[Index on Censorship: Free Speech Blog, February 10, 2012]

Ten years later, CIA ‘rendition’ program still divides N.C. town
[Washington Post, February 9, 2012]

FDA says it monitored workers’ e-mail to investigate potential leak
[Washington Post, February 9, 2012]

Federal judge allows ‘secret evidence’ in al Qaeda trial
[Jurist, February 9, 2012]

Senate Panel Backs Televising Supreme Court Proceedings
[National Journal, February 9, 2012]

House Democrats Introduce DISCLOSE 2012
[Sunlight Foundation Blog, February 9, 2012]

Turning government data into private sector products is complicated business
[NextGov, February 9, 2012]

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