News Highlights June 9-11, 2012

U.S. Attorney General Names Prosecutors to Probe Leaks

The CIA Cannot Find its Own Regulations About Declassification

Court Denies Dismissal of WikiLeaks Charges

Good Leak, Bad Leak

Leak Investigations in the Digital Era

Department of Homeland Security Exempts Massive Database from Privacy Act

New York Times Journalist Defends National Security Leaks

Government Transparency Groups Ask Labor Department to Restore Info Scrubbed from Website

U.S. Attorney General Names Prosecutors to Probe Leaks

[Reuters, June 11, 2012]

The CIA Cannot Find its Own Regulations About Declassification

[Unredacted, June 8, 2012]

Court Denies Dismissal of WikiLeaks Charges

[Associated Press, June 9, 2012]

Good Leak, Bad Leak

[Foreign Policy, June 8, 2012]

Leak Investigations in the Digital Era

[Lawfare, June 11, 2012]

New York Times Journalist Defends National Security Leaks

[Chicago Tribune, June 10, 2012]

Department of Homeland Security Exempts Massive Database from Privacy Act

[EPIC, June 8, 2012]

Government Transparency Groups Ask Dep. of Labor to Restore Info Scrubbed from Website

[Science Blogs, June 8, 2012]

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