Blog Posts Tagged with "FOIA"

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Drones, Secret Surveillance, and Classifying the Wizard of Oz

May 10, 2012 Added by:Electronic Frontier Foundation

The FAA finally released the names of the government agencies which applied for and received authorization to fly drones in the US. Unfortunately, the list did not include what drones were authorized, what they were being used for, or what information they were collecting...

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Roadmap to Exploitation: The OIG Imperative to Publish or Perish

January 23, 2012 Added by:

The majority of OIG organizations publish highly sensitive information as if they were assisting the agency. Just the opposite. They are ensuring a more rapid penetration of cyber defenses. Whose side of the equation here are you on? Why does this need to be public information?

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EFF Seeks Answers About Secret FBI Surveillance

May 20, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"Even officials within the Justice Department itself are concerned that the FBI's secret legal theory jeopardizes privacy and government accountability, especially considering the FBI's demonstrated history of abusing surveillance law," said EFF Senior Staff Attorney Kevin Bankston...

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FBI Surveillance: If We Told You, You Might Sue

May 12, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"These businesses would be substantially harmed if their customers knew that they were furnishing information to the FBI. The stigma of working with the FBI would cause customers to cancel the companies' services and file civil actions to prevent further disclosure of subscriber information..."

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Corporations Not Entitled to Personal Privacy Under FOIA

March 12, 2011 Added by:David Navetta

The Court's decision reversed a Court of Appeals’ holding that corporations could prevent the release of information subject to a FOIA request on the basis of an exemption that shields information that "could reasonably be expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy”...

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