News Highlights – January 15, 2015

Court Rules NSA Doesn't Have to Divulge What Records It Has

Panel: The CIA Didn't Spy on the US Senate–But the Senate Stole Documents from the CIA

Opinion: No, Supporters of Whistleblowers & Openness in Government Should Not Defend David Petraeus

Internal Pentagon Information Can Be Yours–If You're Not in a Hurry

Why Transparency and Data Sharing in Clinical Trials Matters

Public Pays for Congressional Reports It Can't See

Justice Dept. Unveils New Guidelines for US News Leak Probes

 

Court Rules NSA Doesn't Have to Divulge What Records It Has

[Washington Times, Stephen Dinan, January 13, 2015]

Panel: The CIA Didn't Spy on the US Senate–But the Senate Stole Documents from the CIA

[Vice News, Jason Leopold, January 14, 2015]

Opinion: No, Supporters of Whistleblowers & Openness in Government Should Not Defend David Petraeus

[Firedoglake, Kevin Gosztola, January 14, 2015]

Internal Pentagon Information Can Be Yours–If You're Not in a Hurry

[Washington Post, Al Kamen, January 14, 2015]

Why Transparency and Data Sharing in Clinical Trials Matters

[Forbes, Judy Stone, January 15, 2015]

Public Pays for Congressional Reports It Can't See

[Washington Post, Colby Itkowitz, January 14, 2015]

Justice Dept. Unveils New Guidelines for US News Leak Probes

[Associated Press, January 14, 2015]

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