News Highlights – May 7, 2015

Appeals Court Rules That NSA's Phone Metadata Program is Illegal

Senators Look for Answers on FOIA Reform, Clinton Emails

Senate Committee–Breaking Rules and Not Giving Names

House Oversight Committee Asks for FOIA Horror Stories

Deadline Looming, Dozens of Groups Urge Congress to Reform Bulk Surveillance

Pentagon Still Mishandling Military Whistleblower Cases, Report Finds

Once Again: "Which Agency" and "How Secret?" Are Separate and Independent Questions

 

Appeals Court Rules That NSA's Phone Metadata Program is Illegal

[Politico, Josh Gerstein, May 7, 2015]

Senators Look for Answers on FOIA Reform, Clinton Emails

[Federal Computer Week, Adam Mazmanian, May 6, 2015]

Senate Committee–Breaking Rules and Not Giving Names

[POGO, Liz Hempowicz, May 6, 2015]

House Oversight Committee Asks for FOIA Horror Stories

[Politico, Hadas Gold, May 6, 2015]

Deadline Looming, Dozens of Groups Urge Congress to Reform Bulk Surveillance

[Washington Post, Mike DeBonis, May 6, 2015]

Pentagon Still Mishandling Military Whistleblower Cases, Report Finds

[McClatchy Washington Bureau, Marisa Taylor, May 6, 2015]

Once Again: "Which Agency?" and "How Secret?" Are Separate and Independent Questions

[Just Security, Marty Lederman, May 6, 2015]

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