News Highlights – June 2, 2014

Spies Say They're Confused and Outraged by Restrictions on Talking to Journalists

Opinion: The House Committee on Intelligence Needs Oversight of Its Own

Opinion: 'Faux' Transparency

Amid Moves on Shield Laws, Journalist Tells of 2011 Subpoena Fight

A(nother) Procedural Roadblock for Drone Casualty Reporting Requirements

Administration Pushes for Drone Transparency

Targeting Transparency: A Call for DoD to Automatically Release Investigations of Civilian Casualities in Armed Conflict

 

Spies Say They're Confused and Outraged by Restrictions on Talking to Journalists

[Foreign Policy, Shane Harris, May 30, 2014]

Intel Community Whistleblowers Enter the Post-Snowden Era

[Gov Exec, Charles S. Clark, June 2, 2014]

Opinion: The House Committee on Intelligence Needs Oversight of Its Own

[MSNBC, Rep. Rush Holt and Steven Aftergood, May 30, 2014]

Opinion: 'Faux' Transparency

[Defense News, John Bennett, June 1, 2014]

Amid Moves on Shield Laws, Journalist Tell of 2011 Subpoena Fight

[New York Times, Charlie Savage, May 30, 2014]

A(nother) Procedural Roadblock for Drone Casaulty Reporting Requirements

[Just Security, Thomas Earnest, May 30, 2014]

Administration Pushes for Drone Transparency

[Air Force Times, Brian Everstine, June 1, 2014]

Targeting Transparency: A Call for DoD to Automatically Release Investigations of Civilian Casualties in Armed Conflict

[Just Security, Chris Jenks, May 27, 2014]

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