News Highlights – March 19 -21, 2011

 

Is the Secrecy System an Autonomous Entity?
[Secrecy News, March 21, 2011]

 

Report: The Secret State of EU Transparency Reforms
[Access Info Europe, March 21, 2011]

 

Ferriero: Electronic records archiving in crisis
[Fierce Government IT, March 20, 2011]

 

Court Seals Unclassified Docs in Drake "Leak" Case
[Secrecy News, March 20, 2011]

 

Justice Department details legal blessing of warrantless wiretapping in 2004
[Politico: Under the Radar, March 19, 2011]

 

OGIS issues first year report
[Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, March 18, 2011]

 

2 years after Obama ordered more open records, agencies still use baffling delays and denials
[AP via Washington Post, March 18, 2011]

 

Results of Government Transparency Initiatives a Mixed Bag
[OpenSecrets Blog, March 18, 2011; see also Sunshine Week Shame: 10 Ways the Government Is Opaque from Wired: Threat Level]

 

White House "good government" site bundles accountability efforts
[Federal Times: FedLine, March 18, 2011]

 

OMB Watch finds progress on open government, long road ahead
[GovFresh, March 18, 2011]

 

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