News Highlights – June 18-20, 2011

Editorial: Backward at the F.B.I.
Thousands of websites on the chopping block
U.S. Pressing Its crackdown against leaks
Will Obama, Issa, and Warner revolutionize federal spending transparency?
Agencies may get inappropriate comments on e-dockets, advisory group says
Tester: Fighting for Our Privacy Rights, Against the FBI’s New Powers 

Editorial: Backward at the F.B.I.
[New York Times Times, June 18, 2011]

Thousands of websites on the chopping block
[Federal Times, June 18, 2011]

U.S. Pressing Its Crackdown Against Leaks
[New York Times, June 18, 2011]

Will Obama, Issa, and Warner Revolutionize Federal Spending Transparency?
[POGO Blog, June 17, 2011]

Agencies may get inappropriate comments on e-dockets, advisory group says
[Federal Computer Week, June 17, 2011]

Opinion (Tester): Fighting for Our Privacy Rights, Against the FBI’s New Powers
[Huffington Post, June 16, 2011]

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