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Appeals Court Skeptical Of Obama Secrecy Around Drone Killings

David Ingram | Chicago Tribune News | September 20, 2012

A U.S. appeals court responded skeptically on Thursday to Obama administration assertions the government can withhold documents about a program that uses aerial drones for targeted killings overseas. Read More »

Exclusive: Years After Manning Leaks, State Department Cable System Lacks Basic Security

Justine Sharrock | BuzzFeed | October 2, 2013

The State Department’s communications system is operating without basic technical security measures in place, despite warnings about its vulnerabilities, according to documents obtained by BuzzFeed and sources who have worked on the project. [...] Read More »

Judge Orders U.S. To Release Aaron Swartz’s Secret Service File

Kevin Poulsen | Wired | July 8, 2013

A federal judge in Washington, D.C. on Friday ordered the government to promptly start releasing thousands of pages of Secret Service documents about the late activist and coder Aaron Swartz, following months of roadblocks and delays. Read More »

Judge Tells Homeland Security To Shut Up And Release Aaron Swartz's File

Mike Masnick | Techdirt | July 9, 2013

After Aaron Swartz's suicide, Kevin Poulsen filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Department of Homeland Security, asking for the Secret Service's file on Aaron Swartz, since it was the Secret Service that handled the bulk of the investigation. Read More »

MIT Delays The Release Of Aaron Swartz's Secret Service File

Abby Ohlheiser | The Atlantic Wire | July 18, 2013

A couple of weeks ago, it looked like the federal government would (finally) start releasing what amounts to thousands of pages of documents pertaining to the Secret Service's investigation into Aaron Swartz. [...] Read More »

MIT Moves To Intervene In Release Of Aaron Swartz’s Secret Service File

Kevin Poulson | Wired | July 18, 2013

Lawyers representing MIT are filing a motion to intervene in my FOIA lawsuit over thousands of pages of Secret Service documents about the late activist and coder Aaron Swartz. Read More »