News Highlights – October 6, 2011

Reducing Overclassification Through Accountability
AP Interview: New top Guantanamo prosecutor says next wave of trials to be more transparent
Watchdog group makes Regulations.gov comments more searchable
The Influence Industry: Revised primary schedule could shield super PAC donors
Prosecutors Ask Court to Bar Claim That “Everybody Leaks”
Secret panel can put Americans on "kill list’
More than 100 Dot-Govs Cut or Consolidated

Reducing Overclassification Through Accountability
[Secrecy News, October 6, 2011]

AP Interview: New top Guantanamo prosecutor says next wave of trials to be more transparent
[AP via Washington Post, October 5, 2011]

Watchdog group makes Regulations.gov comments more searchable
[Federal Computer Week, October 5, 2011]

The Influence Industry: Revised primary schedule could shield super PAC donors
[Washington Post, October 5, 2011]

Prosecutors Ask Court to Bar Claim That “Everybody Leaks”
[Secrecy News, October 5, 2011]

Secret panel can put Americans on "kill list’
[Reuters, October 5, 2011]

More than 100 Dot-Govs Cut or Consolidated
[NextGov: TechInsider, October 5, 2011]

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