News Highlights – June 11, 2013

Debate on Secret Data Looks Unlikely, Partly Due to Secrecy

Opinion: Edward Snowden's NSA Leaks are a Backlash of Too Much Secrecy

This Is, Hands Down, the Scariest Part of the NSA Revelations

Room for Debate: Secrecy and Freedom

In NSA Intelligence Program, Democracy Works in Secret

Understanding Whistleblower Protections and the NSA Surveillance Leaks

DOJ Hasn't Found One Improper FOIA Exemption Since 2009

NSA Has Pushed to "Rethink and Reapply" Its Treatment of the Fourth Amendment Since Before 9/11

 

Debate on Secret Data Looks Unlikely, Partly Due to Secrecy

[The New York Times, June 10, 2013]

Opinion: Edward Snowden's NSA Leaks are a Backlash of too Much Secrecy

[The Washington Post, June 11, 2013]

This is, Hands Down, the Scariest Part of the NSA Revelations

[Foreign Policy, June 10, 2013]

Room for Debate: Secrecy and Freedom

[The New York Times, June 10, 2013]

In NSA Intelligence Program, Democracy Works in Secret

[The Washington Post, June 11, 2013]

Understanding Whistleblower Protections and the NSA Surveillance Leaks

[The Washington Post, June 11, 2013]

DOJ Hasn't Found One Improper FOIA Exemption Since 2009

[Washington Free Beacon, June 10, 2013]

NSA Has Pushed to "Rethink and Reapply" Its Treatment of the Fourth Amendment Since Before 9/11

[National Security Archive, June 10, 2013]

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