News Highlights – June 14, 2013

Lawmakers Who Warned of Phone Record Surveillance Now Call for More Disclosure

NSA to Release Details of Attacks it Claims Were Foiled by Surveillance

NSA Scandal Boosts Privacy Advocates

DOJ Planned 'State Secrets Privilege' in Booz Allen Case

Privacy Board to Meet on Surveillance Programs

National Security and the Right to Know

Editorial: The Government Should Loosen Google's Gag

Supreme Court Archive Has About 14k Hours of Audio

 

Lawmakers Who Warned of Phone Record Surveillance Now Call for More Disclosure

[Washington Post, June 13, 2013]

NSA to Release Details of Attacks it Claims Were Foiled by Surveillance

[Guardian, June 13, 2013]

NSA Scandal Boosts Privacy Advocates

[Politico, June 13, 2013]

DOJ Planned 'State Secrets' Privilege in Booz Allen Case

[Federal Times, June 13, 2013]

Privacy Board to Meet on Surveillance Programs

[Politico, June 13, 2013]

National Security and the Right to Know

[Secrecy News, June 13, 2013]

Editorial: The Government Should Loosen Google's Gag

[Washington Post, June 13, 2013]

Supreme Court Archive Has About 14k Hours of Audio

[Federal News Radio, June 14, 2013]

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