News Highlights – July 30- August 1, 2011

Judge: NYT reporter need not identify sources
Judge Orders Release Of Richard Nixon’s Watergate Testimony
Crowd sourcing can supplement whistleblowing, experts say
White House names accountability board members
Bill Passed by House Would Provide No Money for GPO’s Federal Digital System, Sharply Cuts Other Information Resources
New Report Shows Capitol Hill Uses Social Media to Gauge Opinion and Communicate with Constituents

Judge: NYT reporter need not identify sources
[Politico: Under the Radar, July 30, 2011]

Judge Orders Release Of Richard Nixon’s Watergate Testimony
[BLT: Blog of the Legal Times, July 29, 2011]

Crowd sourcing can supplement whistleblowing, experts say
[NextGov, July 29, 2011]

White House names accountability board members
[Federal Computer Week, July 28, 2011]

Bill Passed by House Would Provide No Money for GPO’s Federal Digital System, Sharply Cuts Other Information Resources
[Library Journal, July 27, 2011]

New Report Shows Capitol Hill Uses Social Media to Gauge Opinion and Communicate with Constituents
[Congressional Management Foundation, July 26, 2011; see also The U.S. Congressional Twitter Directory from FearLess Revolution]

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