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BLACKLISTING FOREIGN TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS: CLASSIFIED INFORMATION, NATIONAL SECURITY, AND DUE PROCESS. Daniei, Justin S. Dec 1, 2017 22662
Open Sources for the Information Age: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Unclassified Data. Davitch, James M. Oct 1, 2017 5678
ADDRESSING THE BALANCE: RESTRUCTURING CIPA AND FISA TO MEET THE NEEDS OF JUSTICE AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. McCann, Wesley S. Mar 22, 2017 21698
Former contractor stole more than 50TBs of government data. Brief article Jan 1, 2017 229
Who killed Tom Mboya? Declassifed documents raise new questions about the 1969 assassination of visionary nationalist Tom Joseph Mboya. Kantai, Parselelo Jul 1, 2016 2163
Jury rules: leaker convicted. Slade, Stephanie Brief article Apr 18, 2015 196
The Classified Information Procedures Act in the age of terrorism: remodeling CIPA in an offense-specific manner. Chandran, Arjun Apr 1, 2015 17081
Do you have to keep the government's secrets? Retroactively classified documents, the First Amendment, and the power to make secrets out of the public record. Abel, Jonathan Mar 1, 2015 8325
Do you have to keep the government's secrets? Retroactively classified documents, the First Amendment, and the power to make secrets out of the public record. Abel, Jonathan Mar 1, 2015 18243
Thailand's Red Drum Murders through an analysis of declassified documents. Zipple, Matthew Report Jan 1, 2014 8175
WikiLeaks Publishes Secret Draft Chapter Of Trans-Pacific Partnership. Hern, Alex; Rushe, Dominic Brief article Nov 21, 2013 194
Office of personnel goofs. Peters, Charles Brief article Sep 1, 2013 296
District of Columbia Circuit rules that confidential U.S. Trade Representative White Paper related to the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas was properly classified as confidential and need not be disclosed pursuant to FOIA request. Jul 1, 2013 1095
Key US-EU Trade Pact Under Threat After More NSA Spying Allegations. Traynor, Ian; Osborne, Louise; Doward, Jamie Brief article Jul 1, 2013 237
Criminal prohibitions on the publication of classified defense information. Elsea, Jennifer K. Report Jun 1, 2013 20989
The Tor network: a global inquiry into the legal status of anonymity networks. Watson, Keith D. Sep 22, 2012 12231
Two newspapers sue to get officers' names. Brief article Sep 1, 2012 104
Cybersecurity: authoritative reports and resources. Tehan, Rita Report Jul 1, 2012 6056
National security information flow: from source to reporter's privilege. Bejesky, Robert Jun 22, 2012 6264
National security information flow: from source to reporter's privilege. Bejesky, Robert Jun 22, 2012 32545
WikiLeaks and the First Amendment. Stone, Geoffrey R. May 1, 2012 6121
WikiLeaks and the institutional framework for national security disclosures. Bellia, Patricia L. Apr 1, 2012 34686
Protecting state secrets as intellectual property: a strategy for prosecuting WikiLeaks. Freedman, James Jan 1, 2012 12891
The case of the supposedly sealed files--and what they revealed. Mitchell, Jerry Sep 22, 2011 1566
WikiLeaks would not qualify to claim federal reporter's privilege in any form. Peters, Jonathan May 1, 2011 13221
Support WikiLeaks, support free speech and free press. Mar 1, 2011 569
Is Wikileaks like the Pentagon papers? The website says it's a champion of democracy. But some say it goes too far. Majerol, Veronica Feb 21, 2011 335
Daybreak: The PM from Hezbollah. Tracy, Marc Brief article Jan 25, 2011 157
Sundown: Who Leaked the Palestine Papers? Tracy, Marc Brief article Jan 24, 2011 131
Assessing the Reporting Cable Fiasco. Homan, Tom Jan 10, 2011 490
Intelligence estimates: how useful to congress? Best, Richard A., Jr. Report Jan 1, 2011 8166
Classified information policy and executive order 13526. Kosar, Kevin R. Report Dec 1, 2010 9064
Our plumber-in-chief: does president Obama really want to go down in history as the most obsessive leaks prosecutor ever? Editorial Sep 1, 2010 503
WikiLeaks: setting the 'agenda'? Should those thousands of afghan war documents have been leaked? and what are the ethical questions behind publishing them? Moynihan, Shawn Column Sep 1, 2010 776
Blowing its cover: how the Intelligence Identities Protection Act has masqueraded as an effective law and why it must be amended. Szilagyi, Andrew M. May 1, 2010 17426
Going mobile: cellular devices in classified spaces. Hernon, Mike; Soules, Tony; Turner, Bob Apr 1, 2010 1221
Fighting secrecy. Brief article Jan 1, 2010 212
Justice and home affairs : Schengen security: commission proposes an agency. Jun 25, 2009 481
CIA torture updates. Leopold, Jason Jun 22, 2009 1808
You can handle the truth: how far will Obama take his professed commitment to transparency? McKelvey, Tara Mar 1, 2009 1697
The visual challenge of documenting secrecy: in filming 'Secrecy,' the challenge wasn't access, but finding the best ways to make what is usually hidden from view visible, personal and approachable. Galison, Peter; Moss, Robb Jun 22, 2008 1673
Congressional oversight of intelligence: current structure and alternatives. Kaiser, Frederick M. Report Apr 1, 2008 12303
Classified documents: secrecy vs. citizenship: in the digital age, there is an appetite 'for direct access to source documents.'. Aftergood, Steven Mar 22, 2008 1197
The cheese bomb incident. Genoways, Ted Nov 1, 2007 1606
A modest proposal to curb state terror. Glasbeek, Harry Nov 1, 2006 2388
Is the PSI really the Cornerstone of a New International Norm? Valencia, Mark J. Sep 22, 2006 3911
Open secrets: classification overkill. Sullum, Jacob Aug 1, 2006 318
Report: government secrecy growing. Brief article Oct 1, 2005 128
CIVIL PROTECTION: IMPROVING THE EU MECHANISM AND SYNERGIES WITH OTHER INSTUMENTS. Apr 23, 2005 1173
Privacy in the skies: CAPPS II: the sequel. Doherty, Brian Dec 1, 2004 316
Cathedral compound raided. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Nov 26, 2004 177
This item is classified. Peters, Charles Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 102
British intelligence and the Nazi recruit: Stephen Tyas uncovers a skeleton in the closeted world of espionage. Tyas, Stephen Sep 1, 2004 1048
ARAB-AFFAIRS - May 25 - GCC Plan For Unified ID Cards. Brief Article May 29, 2004 195
Two Danish journalists charged for publishing secret reports on Iraq. Brief Article Apr 27, 2004 154
Finnish foreign ministry says leaked documents unconditionally classified. Brief Article Jan 9, 2004 148
Remarks to proliferation security initiative conference. Transcript Dec 17, 2003 2034
Terror archives made public. Coday, Dennis Brief Article Nov 14, 2003 146
Finnish president wants to see an end to "Iraqgate". Brief Article Jun 13, 2003 218
Secrecy in anti-terror war stifles science. (Security Beat). Book, Elizabeth G. Brief Article May 1, 2003 224
On maintaining information access. (Convention Panels). Penney, John Dec 22, 2002 731
`Sort of classified' information category emerging. (Regulatory Update). Brief Article Dec 1, 2002 267
Stopping the leaks: Ashcroft isn't calling for new legislation to prosecute leakers. But the battle isn't over. (First Amendment Watch). Kirtley, Jane Dec 1, 2002 737
The search for the real 007. (Frontline). Cook, Andrew Nov 1, 2002 1159
Missouri editors fear Ashcroft. Corrigan, Don Nov 1, 2002 1715
Document authentication technology unveiled. (Security Beat). Book, Elizabeth G. Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 143
EUROPEAN UNION: COMPROMISE IN SIGHT OVER MEPS' ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS. Brief Article May 4, 2002 366
RUSSIA - April 10 - FSB Alleges CIA Attempt To Recruit Defence Ministry Employee. Brief Article Apr 13, 2002 132
Colin Powell's List : THE TARGETING OF 'TERRORIST' GROUPS HARKS BACK TO EARLIER REPRESSION OF DISSENT. Dreyfuss, Robert Mar 25, 2002 2608
Freedom Is History (and Vice Versa). ALTERMAN, ERIC Brief Article Dec 10, 2001 973
PREZ'S PAPERS ON THE SHELF? Shields, Todd Brief Article Nov 5, 2001 109
FBI Chief Pledges Increased Cooperation With Local Law Enforcement. (Cities Respond To Terrorism). Brief Article Nov 5, 2001 454
Anti-leaker act plugged, for now. Shields, Todd Brief Article Sep 10, 2001 506
U.S. Senate seeks to plug the leaking ship of state. Shields, Todd Brief Article Aug 27, 2001 324
PARLIAMENT TO APPEAL TO COURT OVER COUNCIL'S INTERNAL SECURITY REGULATION. Brief Article Jul 6, 2001 126
INFORMATION POLICY: MEMBER STATES SEEK COMMON POSITION ON ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS. Mar 31, 2001 1115
PUEBLO: A Retrospective. Mobley, Richard Mar 22, 2001 8758
EU INFORMATION POLICY: SWEDISH PRESIDENCY RE-LAUNCHES ISSUE OF ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS. Brief Article Jan 6, 2001 669
Society urges Clinton to veto bill on classified information. Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 232
Official Secrets Law. Cole, David Brief Article Nov 20, 2000 744
ISRAEL - Sept. 23 - US Ambassador Suspended. Brief Article Sep 23, 2000 98
The Big Chill in Washington. Shields, Todd Brief Article Jun 26, 2000 267
Little Good News Concerning Federal Declassification Efforts. Brief Article Sep 1, 1999 207
The Securocrats' Revenge. Aug 9, 1999 1019
Chile Declassified : newly released documents reveal close US ties to the Pinochet regime. Kornbluh, Peter Aug 9, 1999 2104
"Vsyo Normalno" -- in Russia. Brent, Jonathan Nov 1, 1998 5799
OMBUDSMAN DEMANDS FREE ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS DOCUMENTS. Oct 28, 1998 213
Government still too good at keeping secrets. Aftergood, Steven Jun 22, 1997 666
The spy who shoved me: the C.I.A. got revenge on Richard Nuccio for telling Congress of its stonewalling. Corn, David May 19, 1997 3263
Open secrets. Jones, Steven Mar 1, 1997 2905
Billions spent on secrecy. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Jul 20, 1996 939
Declassifying government information. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Apr 22, 1995 1413
Opening the books. Kirch, John Mar 1, 1995 567
Executive order preferred over congressional action. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Apr 16, 1994 1175
Releasing classified government documents: congressman, senator introduce separate bills aimed at reducing amount of time sensitive government information remains secret. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Mar 12, 1994 845
Overhauling the secrecy process. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Feb 12, 1994 658
Czech it out. Stein, Jonathan Editorial Feb 7, 1994 636
Independent counsel's Iran-contra report may be released soon. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Jan 15, 1994 394
Cold War secrecy should be put on ice. Hoberman, Henry S. Column Jul 1, 1993 594
Our secret agents. Davis, Jeffrey Interview Mar 1, 1993 383
Let the sun shine in. Editorial Nov 23, 1992 243
Reporting adverse information. Donnelly, John F. Sep 1, 1992 543
Accounting for lost documents. Grand, David A. Sep 1, 1990 1587
Non-disclosure non-resolved. Kleeman, Richard P. Feb 1, 1990 406
Reinvestigations - are they really necessary? Schwalls, Robert G. column Jan 1, 1990 446
Secrecy silliness still reigns. Kleeman, Richard P. Apr 1, 1989 1298
The case of the bugged senator. Corn, David; Morley, Jefferson column Feb 6, 1989 922
Coming: the big chill? Raloff, Janet May 16, 1987 2988
Tighter controls on supercomputers. Mar 22, 1986 315
Secrecy and the seafloor; the Navy and NOAA war over maps of the ocean bottom. Weisburd, Stefi Mar 15, 1986 2902
Why we can't catch more spies. McGowan, William G. Jul 1, 1985 4547
Chain of fools. editorial Mar 16, 1985 563
Iran: C.I.A. methods - plus ca change. Bird, Kai; Holland, Max column Feb 2, 1985 405

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