News Highlights – June 9, 2011

Charges may be dropped in Ex-NSA Exec’s case
Restrictive rules announced for federal courts camera
experiment
EPA agrees to reveal secret identities of potentially risky
chemicals
Court won’t provide detailed dockets on web surveillance
Advisory group recommends electronic rule-making records

 

Charges may be dropped in Ex-NSA Exec’s case
[Washington Post, June 8, 2011; see also from Obama Administration prosecuting "Exactly the Kind of Whistleblower Who Deserves Protection" from the POGO Blog]

Restrictive rules announced for federal courts camera experiment
[BLT: Blog of the Legal Times, June 8, 2011]

EPA agrees to reveal secret identities of potentially risky chemicals
[iWatch News, June 8, 2011; see also EPA removes confidentiality claims for more than 150 chemicals from beSpacific]

Court won’t provide detailed dockets on web surveillance
[Politico: Under the Radar, June 8, 2011]

Advisory group recommends electronic rule-making records
[NextGov, June 8, 2011]

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