News Highlights – October 31, 2014

Congress Still Has No Idea How Much the NSA Spies on Americans

Transparency for Thee, But Not for Me?

Legislation Seeks to Reform FOIA and Improve Access to Government Information

Sunlight's Review of Federal Open Data Catalogs (Hint: It's Not So Great)

War Court Censors Word 'Female' in Legal Argument

 

Congress Still Has No Idea How Much the NSA Spies on Americans

[The Atlantic, Conor Friedersdorf, October 30, 2014]

Transparency for Thee, But Not for Me?

[Politico, Josh Gerstein, October 31, 2014]

Legislation Seeks to Reform FOIA and Improve Access to Government Information

[Free Speech Radio News, Ashley Westerman, October 31, 2014]

Sunlight's Review of Federal Open Data Catalogs (Hint: It's Not So Great)

[Sunlight Foundation, Sean Vitka and Daniel Cloud, October 29, 2014]

War Court Censors Word 'Female' in Legal Argument

[Miami Herald, Carol Rosenberg, October 30, 2014]

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