News Highlights – February 2, 2012

Navy Marks Camp Lejeune Contamination Docs with Bogus “For Official Use Only” Label
To Sue or Not to Sue? :The first two years of OGIS
“Declassification-As-Usual” Mindset Responsible for the National Declassification Center’s Languid Pace
Did the Stimulus Do Anything for Transparency?
Secrecy Shrouds ‘Super PAC’ Funds in Latest Filings
ACLU sues to force release of drone attack records
Some Historical Intelligence Satellite Imagery Declassified

Navy Marks Camp Lejeune Contamination Docs with Bogus “For Official Use Only” Label
[POGO Blog, February 2, 2012]

To Sue or Not to Sue? :The first two years of OGIS
[Columbia Journalism Review, February 1, 2012]

“Declassification-As-Usual” Mindset Responsible for the National Declassification Center’s Languid Pace
[National Security Archive: Unredacted, February 1, 2012]

Did the Stimulus Do Anything for Transparency?
[Governing, February 2012]

Secrecy Shrouds ‘Super PAC’ Funds in Latest Filings
[New York Times, February 1, 2012]

ACLU sues to force release of drone attack records
[Washington Post, February 1, 2012]

Some Historical Intelligence Satellite Imagery Declassified
[Secrecy News, February 1, 2012]

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