News Highlights – January 22, 2014

Obama's Restrictions on NSA Surveillance Rely on Strict Definition of "Spying"

Sen. McCain Blasts Secrecy of Legislation on Drone Policy

Judge: Feds Don't Have to Disclose Use of Expanded Surveillance in Chicago Terrorism Case

Opinion: Secrecy of Surveillance Court is Suffocating

Opinion: Time for Answers and a Debate on National Security 

Four Questionable Claims Obama Has Made on NSA Surveillance

Pentagon to Open Guantanamo Panel

Congress Advances Public Access Mandate For Federal Research

GAO to Issue Report on Intelligence Contractors

IRS Releases Documents on How It Treats Tax-Exempt Political Groups

 

Obama's Restrictions on NSA Surveillance Rely on Strict Definition of 'Spying'

[Washington Post, January 17, 2014]

Sen. McCain Blasts Secrecy of Legislation on Drone Policy

[Secrecy News, January 21, 2014]

Judge: Feds Don't Have to Disclose Use of Expanded Surveillance  in Chicago Terrorism Case

[Associated Press, January 20, 2014]

Opinion: Secrecy of Surveillance Court is Suffocating

[Athens Banner-Herald, January 21, 2014]

Opinion: Time for Answers and a Debate on National Security

[The Hill, January 17, 2014]

Four Questionable Claims Obama Has Made on NSA Surveillance

[ProPublica, January 17, 2014]

Pentagon to Open Guantanamo Panel

[Politico, January 17, 2014]

Congress Advances Public Access Mandate for Federal Research

[Publishers Weekly, January 17, 2014]

GAO to Issue Report on Intelligence Contractors

[Secrecy News, January 21, 2014]

IRS Releases Documents on How It Treats Tax-Exempt Political Groups

[CPA Practice Advisor, January 19, 2014]

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