News Highlights – October 8 – 11, 2011

Presidential Directives Withheld From White House Website
NRC Cancels Three Classification Guides
Many in Both Parties Want a Window Into the Deficit Reduction Panel’s Work
Secret Orders Target Email: WikiLeaks Backer’s Information Sought
Obama admin debates releasing Awlaki memo
Secret U.S. Memo Made Legal Case to Kill a Citizen
In Obama’s ‘open government,’ transparency elusive
FOIA and the Question of Secret Law
CIA: Detainee’s Torture Drawings, Writings, “Should They Exist,” To Remain Top Secret
Congress Asks for Obama’s Emails on Solyndra

Presidential Directives Withheld From White House Website
[Secrecy News, October 11, 2011]

NRC Cancels Three Classification Guides
[Secrecy News, October 11, 2011]

Many in Both Parties Want a Window Into the Deficit Reduction Panel’s Work
[New York Times, October 10, 2011]

Secret Orders Target Email: WikiLeaks Backer’s Information Sought
[Wall Street Journal, October 10, 2011]

Obama admin debates releasing Awlaki memo
[CNN: Security Clearance, October 10, 2011]

Secret U.S. Memo Made Legal Case to Kill a Citizen
[New York Times, October 8, 2011; see also The Secrets of Government Killing]

In Obama’s ‘open government,’ transparency elusive
[Federal Times, October 8, 2011]

FOIA and the Question of Secret Law
[Lawfare, October 7, 2011]

CIA: Detainee’s Torture Drawings, Writings, “Should They Exist,” To Remain Top Secret
[truthout via Public Record, October 6, 2011]

Congress Asks for Obama’s Emails on Solyndra
[CNBC, October 6, 2011]

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