News Highlights – October 17, 2014

DOJ, Media Groups Fight Over Release of Guantánamo Videos
Judge grants 30-day delay in release of Guantánamo force-feeding videos
The FBI Wants Internet Wiretapping Powers
Comment: If drone strikes continue in Afghanistan, the lack of transparency must not
Opinion: Secret Order Cancels Guantanamo Hearing on FBI Spying — Government 'Transparency' in Action
Senate’s inquiry into CIA torture sidesteps blaming Bush, aides

DOJ, Media Groups Fight Over Release of Guantánamo Videos
[Legal Times, Zoe Tillman, October 16, 2014]

Judge grants 30-day delay in release of Guantánamo force-feeding videos
[The Guardian, Spencer Ackerman, October 16, 2014]

The FBI Wants Internet Wiretapping Powers
NextGov, Brandon Sasso, October 17, 2014]

Secret Order Cancels Guantanamo Hearing on FBI Spying — Government 'Transparency' in Action
[Huffington Post, Daphne Eviatar, October 16, 2014]

Comment: If drone strikes continue in Afghanistan, the lack of transparency must not
[Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Jack Serle, October 16, 2014]

Senate’s inquiry into CIA torture sidesteps blaming Bush, aides
[McClatchy, Jonathan S. Landay, Ali Watkins and Marisa Taylor, October 16, 2014]

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