News Highlights – May 27, 2011

Total Number of Security Clearances Still Unknown
Federal Judge Says She is ‘Literally Speechless’ over DOJ Secrecy Claim
Eleven Words in Pentagon Papers to Remain Classified
CIA official calls for reform of secrecy system
Patriot Act clears House, Senate
New Letter to Policymakers: Public Access to Complaint Database at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Anti Disclosure Bills in House and Senate
SEC approves new rewards for whistleblowers

 

Total Number of Security Clearances Still Unknown
[Secrecy News, May 27, 2011]

Federal Judge Says She is ‘Literally Speechless’ over DOJ Secrecy Claim
[ABA Journal, May 27, 2011]

Eleven Words in Pentagon Papers to Remain Classified
[Secrecy News, May 26, 2011]

CIA official calls for reform of secrecy system
[Federal Times, May 26, 2011]

Patriot Act clears House, Senate
[Politico, May 26, 2011]

New Letter to Policymakers: Public Access to Complaint Database at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
[POGO Blog, May 26, 2011]

Anti Disclosure Bills in House and Senate
[Sunlight Foundation Blog, May 26, 2011]

SEC approves new rewards for whistleblowers
[Washington Post, May 25, 2011]

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