News Highlights – October 29 – November 4, 2013

US Rights Groups Push for Declassification of Counterterrorism Documents

Government Can Brief Judge on Security Risks of Releasing Classified Information

White House Inflated Transparency Achievements

Calculating FOIA Response Times After the Government Shutdown

Evaluating the National Action Plan Freedom of Information Act Proposals

Open Data Executive Order Deliverables Delayed

Number of Secret Inventions Grew Last Year

Intelligence Spending Dropped Sharply Last Year

Opinion: In Wake of Snowden, US Must Strengthen Commitment to Openness

 

US Rights Groups Push for Declassification of Counterterrorism Documents

[Deutsche Welle, November 1, 2013]

Government Can Brief Judge on Security Risks of Releasing Classified Information

[Washington Post, October 30, 2013]

White House Inflated Transparency Achievements

[Washington Free Beacon, November 1, 2013]

Calculating FOIA Response Times After the Shutdown

[Office of Information Policy, October 29, 2013]

Evaluating the National Action Plan Freedom of Information Act Proposals

[Sunlight Foundation, October 31, 2013]

Open Data Executive Order Deliverables Delayed

[Sunlight Foundation, November 1, 2013]

Number of Secret Inventions Grew Last Year

[Secrecy News, October 30, 2013]

Intelligence Spending Dropped Sharply Last Year

[Secrecy News, November 1, 2013]

Opinion: In Wake of Snowden, US Must Strengthen Commitment to Openness

[Huffington Post, November 1, 2013]

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