News Highlights – May 9, 2014

Intelligence Policy Bans Citation of Leaked Material

Of Course Janet Napolitano Used Email…Just Not Directly

Did Congress' Best Plan for Surveillance Reform Just Lose Its Teeth?

Fate of Barron Appeals Court Nomination Unclear as White House Offers Drone Memos

Ergobaby Identified as "Company Doe" in Product Safety Case

 

Intelligence Policy Bans Citation of Leaked Material

[New York Times, May 8, 2014; See also ODNI Requires Pre-Publication Review, from Secrecy News]

Of Course Janet Napolitano Used Email…Just Not Directly

[Muckrock, May 8, 2014]

Did Congress' Best Plan for Surveillance Reform Just Lose Its Teeth?

[The Nation, May 8, 2014]

Fate of Barron Appeals Court Nomination Unclear as White House Offers Drone Memos

[Washington Post, May 9, 2014]

Ergobaby Identified as "Company Doe" in Product Safety Case

[Legal Times, May 8, 2014]

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