News Highlights – September 17, 2014

The Man Behind the Curtain: Mandating Transparency in the Military Judicial System

Opinion: Why We Need FOIA Reform Now

Can an American Be Investigated for Terrorism Merely for Expressing Support of It? The Government Isn't Saying. 

Senator Demands US Courts Recover 10 Years of Online Public Records

Checks and Balances Ensure Transparency on Torture

US Boots are Already On the Ground Against the Islamic State

Archival Neglect: Flooding of FBI Archives Destroyed Hundreds of Thousands of Pages of Files Related to Civil Rights Movement History

 

The Man Behind the Curtain: Mandating Transparency in the Military Judicial System

[Jurist, Robert Bracknell, September 16, 2014]

Opinion: Why We Need FOIA Reform Now

[Roll Call, Anne Weismann, September 17, 2014]

Can an American Be Investigated for Terrorism Merely for Expressing Support of It? The Government Isn't Saying.

[Washington Post, September 16, 2014]

Senator Demands US Courts Recover 10 Years of Online Public Records 

[Ars Technica, September 13, 2014]

Checks and Balances Ensure Transparency on Torture

[Huffington Post, Curt Goehring, September 16, 2014]

Who Really Owns That Government Data?

[Federal Computer Week, Colby Hochmuth, September 16, 2014]

US Boots are Already on the Ground Against the Islamic State

[Washington Post, David Ignatius, September 16, 2014]

Archival Neglect: Flooding of FBI Archives Destroyed Hundreds of Thousands of Pages of Files Related to Civil Rights Movement History

[NSArchive, Trevor Griffey, September 16, 2014]

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