News Highlights – March 18, 2016

Open gov organizations urge Obama to support FOIA reform
[Technical.ly, Tajha Chapellet-Lanier, March 17, 2016]

US gov’t sets record for failures to find files when asked
[AP, Ted Bridis, March 18, 2016]

Op-Ed: When will the US government stop persecuting whistleblowers?
[The Guardian, Chelsea E. Manning, March 18, 2016]

Five Big Unanswered Questions About NSA’s Worldwide Spying
[The Intercept, Jenna McLaughlin, March 17, 2016]

The U.S. Government Is Still Fighting to Bury the Senate Torture Report
[The Intercept, Alex Emmons, March 17, 2016]  

Obama to Unseal Files on Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’
[New York Times, Julie Hirschfeld Davis, March 17, 2016]

How the CIA is Making Sense of Big Data
[NextGov, Frank Konkel, March 16, 2016]

 

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