News Highlights – June 11-13, 2011

Intel agencies aim to automate secrecy
Feds’ policy on reading WikiLeaks docs ‘incoherent,’ critics say
F.B.I. Agents Get Leeway to Push Privacy Bounds
D.C. Judge Reviewing Richard Nixon Grand Jury Information
Lessons from the Thomas Drake Case

 

Intel agencies aim to automate secrecy
[Federal Times, June 13, 2011]

Feds’ policy on reading WikiLeaks docs ‘incoherent,’ critics say
[Politico: Under the Radar, June 12, 2011]

Editorial: The government overreaches on a suspected leak
[Washington Post, June 12, 2011]

F.B.I. Agents Get Leeway to Push Privacy Bounds
[New York Times, June 12, 2011]

D.C. Judge Reviewing Richard Nixon Grand Jury Information
[BLT: Blog of the Legal Times, June 10, 2011]

Lessons from the Thomas Drake Case
[POGO Blog, June 10, 2011; see also NSA case unlikely to deter Obama’s take on leakers from the AP]

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