News Highlights – October 22, 2014

The U.S. is Still Violating the Anti-Torture Treaty It Signed 20 Years Ago

Opinion: The Truth About Torture is Obama Never Wants You to Find It

Secret Service White House Security Review Exempted from Transparency Law

Chemical Weapons and Secrecy: a Terrible Combination

Could FOIA Work on a DATA Act Model?

Homeland Security Buried in FOIA Requests

White House Chief of Staff Negotiating Redaction of CIA Torture Report

 

The U.S. is Still Violating the Anti-Torture Treaty It Signed 20 Years Ago

[The New Republic, Jessica Schulberg, October 21, 2014]

Opinion: The Truth About Torture is Obama Never Wants You to Find It

[The Guardian, Trevor Timm, October 22, 2014]

Secret Service White House Security Review Exempted from Transparency Law

[Politico, Josh Gerstein, October 21, 2014]

Chemical Weapons and Secrecy: a Terrible Combination

[Just Security, Faiza Patel, October 21, 2014]

Could FOIA Work on a DATA Act Model?

[Federal Computer Week, Adam Mazmanian, October 21, 2014]

Homeland Security Buried in FOIA Requests

[The Hill, Mario Trujillo, October 21, 2014]

White House Chief of Staff Negotiating Redaction of CIA Torture Report

[Huffington Post, Ali Watkins and Ryan Grim, October 21, 2014]

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