News Highlights – July 28, 2014

Editorial: A Stronger Bill to Limit Surveillance

When The Administration Asks Itself to Declassify

OpenGov Voices: Fracking Chemicals, Open Data, and Government Transparency

Justice Dept Moves to Shield Anti-Iran Group's Files

Senate Report on CIA Interrogations Could Be Released Next Week

Some in 'Torture' Report Denied Chance to Read It

Top Journalists and Lawyers: NSA Surveillance Threatens Press Freedom and Right to Counsel

 

Editorial: A Stronger Bill to Limit Surveillance

[New York Times, July 27, 2014]

When the Administration Asks Itself to Declassify

[Secrecy News, Steven Aftergood, July 28, 2014]

OpenGov Voices: Fracking Chemicals, Open Data, and Government Transparency

[Sunlight Foundation, John Amos, July 25, 2014]

Justice Dept Moves to Shield Anti-Iran Group's Files

[New York Times, Matt Apuzzo, July 27, 2014]

After CIA Gets Secret Whistleblower Email, Congress Worries About More Spying

[McClatchy, Marisa Taylor and Johnathan S. Landay, July 25, 2014] 

Senate Report on CIA Interrogations Could Be Released Next Week,

[Daily Beast, Josh Rogin, July 26, 2014]

Some in 'Torture Report' Denied Chance to Read It

[Washington Post, Ken Dilanian, July 27, 2014]

Top Journalists and Lawyers: NSA Surveillance Threatens Press Freedom and Right to Counsel

[The Intercept, Dan Froomkin, July 28, 2014]

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