News Highlights – October 26, 2011

Patriot Act Turns 10, With No Signs of Retirement
Google reports spike in government requests for online data
FBI going to court more often to get personal Internet-usage data
Purpose of 1969 Nuclear Alert Remains a Mystery
FRUS Leads Declassification, but Sometimes Lags Behind
EPA sued for release of toxic rankings
Commentary: Why open data standards make good sense, now more than ever

Patriot Act Turns 10, With No Signs of Retirement
[Wired: Threat Level, October 26, 2011]

Google reports spike in government requests for online data
[NextGov, October 26, 2011]

FBI going to court more often to get personal Internet-usage data
[Washington Post, October 25, 2011]

Purpose of 1969 Nuclear Alert Remains a Mystery
[Secrecy News, October 25, 2011]

FRUS Leads Declassification, but Sometimes Lags Behind
[Secrecy News, October 25, 2011]

EPA sued for release of toxic rankings
[NorthJersey.com, October 25, 2011]

Commentary: Why open data standards make good sense, now more than ever
[Federal Computer Week, October 25, 2011]

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