News Highlights – March 23, 2012

New counterterrorism guidelines permit data on U.S. citizens to be held longer
After Bales’ arrest, military tried to delete him from the Web
On the road to digital FOIA processing, agencies take separate paths
Congress votes to curb insider trading, require federal employee disclosure
The Missing Open Data Policy

New counterterrorism guidelines permit data on U.S. citizens to be held longer
[Washington Post, march 22, 2012]

After Bales’ arrest, military tried to delete him from the Web
[McClatchy via Stars and Stripes, March 22, 2012]

On the road to digital FOIA processing, agencies take separate paths
[NextGov, March 22, 2012; see also Feds Turn to Tech to Improve Freedom of Information Act Responses from PC World]

Congress votes to curb insider trading, require federal employee disclosure
[Government Executive, March 22, 2012]

The Missing Open Data Policy
[Sunlight Foundation Blog, March 22, 2012]

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