News Highlights – July 14, 2015

Should Congressional Research Service Reports Be Public?

Journalists Want Transparency, But Not Right Away

Laura Poitras Sues US Government to Find Out Why She Was Repeatedly Stopped at the Border

NSA Cybersecurity Tool Now Publicly Available

People Power Prevails: Wisconsin Records Still Open to the Public

 

Should Congressional Research Service Reports Be Public?
[Roll Call, Hannah Hess, July 14, 2015]

Journalists Want Transparency, But Not Right Away
[Huffington Post, Alexander Howard, July 13, 2015; See also A FOIA No-Brainer from Demand Progress]

Laura Poitras Sues US Government to Find Out Why She Was Repeatedly Stopped at the US Border
[The Intercept, Jenna McLaughlin, July 13, 2015]

NSA Cybersecurity Tool Now Publicly Available
[FierceGovernmentIT, Stephanie Kanowitz, July 13, 2015]

People Power Prevails: Wisconsin Records Still Open to the Public
[Wisconsin Opinion, Brian Gumm, July 13, 2015]

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