News Highlights – October 7, 2011

Panetta: loose lips on CIA’s not-so-secret secret
White House Orders New Computer Security Rules
3 top priorities for E-Government Fund
Effort to require online governmentwide spending reports advances on the Hill
Justices Stephen Breyer and Antonin Scalia unintentionally make the case for putting cameras in the courtroom
Judge Refuses to Sanction CIA for Destroying Torture Tapes
Ex-CIA Chief Calls for Less Cyber Secrecy

Panetta: loose lips on CIA’s not-so-secret secret
[Washington Post: Checkpoint Washington, October 7, 2011]

White House Orders New Computer Security Rules
[New York Times, October 6, 2011]

3 top priorities for E-Government Fund
[Federal Computer Week, October 6, 2011]

Effort to require online governmentwide spending reports advances on the Hill
[NextGov, October 6, 2011]

Justices Stephen Breyer and Antonin Scalia unintentionally make the case for putting cameras in the courtroom
[Slate, October 6, 2011]

Judge Refuses to Sanction CIA for Destroying Torture Tapes
[Wired: Threat Level, October 6, 2011]

Ex-CIA Chief Calls for Less Cyber Secrecy
[Defense News, October 6, 2011]

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