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Request For NSA Reform Submissions from the that-time-when-the-agency-suddenly-pretended-to-care dept The NSA has received 28 submissions from contractors in regards to handling the logistics of the Section 215 collection's move to the private sector.
Industries from the of-course-not dept The Obama White House has been a big supporter of getting companies to come up with what they like to call "voluntary agreements" for various issues where both the White House and Congress know that there just
Lawsuit Targeting Presidential Cybersecurity Directives from the a-small-but-useful-win dept Some semi-good news to report here. Electronic Privacy Information Center) has received a settlement from the NSA in its long-running lawsuit (dating back to
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concerning agency records on fraudster John C...In recent months, congressional investigators have sought to uncover the sources of agency management failures that allowed Beale to steal nearly $900,000 from U.S.
Star is a 6-foot-1, clean-shaven, strong-jawed white male, with eyes that match the camouflage pattern on his combat uniform...He seems to be in his 30s, but he is actually only about 7 years old...He is a chatbotan artificial intelligence program
18 January 2014 11:15 PM The hulking archives at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum have thus far sat as a veritable iceberg, with only a sliver being revealed through either museum exhibits or early document releases in the research
Sets Stage For Future Secret Laws To Go Unchallenged from the legally-binding-'deliberations?' dept The " most transparent administration " received another win for continued secrecy, thanks to an appeals court decision that allowed it to continue to
Presiding over a city of 8 million citizens and given free rein to operate outside the confines of the Constitution (while being tirelessly defended by the mayor and police chief) has given the department an outsized sense of self-worth. Now, it's
The American Civil Liberties Union said in its lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in New York, the CIA, National Security Agency, Justice Department, Defense Department and State Department have all but ignored a Freedom of Information Act request
Two reporters for The New York Times have sued the Department of Homeland Security after they were questioned at a New York airport as they headed to overseas assignments. The Freedom of Information Act lawsuit was filed Wednesday in federal court in