Staff Writer, The New Yorker
scribd.com — Totally Redacted FOIA response - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or readfalse online for free. Here's the official administration response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the American Civil Liberties Union to release information about government interception of text messages. 15 pages of blanked out text.
guardian.co.uk — Sabrina Warner keeps having the same nightmare: a huge wave rearing up out of the water and crashing over her home, forcing her to swim for her life with her toddler son. "I dream about the water coming in," she said.
blogs.fas.org — In a startling expansion of the Obama Administration's war on leaks, a federal agent sought and received a warrant in 2010 to search the email account of Fox News correspondent James Rosen on grounds that there was probable cause the reporter had violated the Espionage Act by soliciting classified information from a State Department official.
washingtonpost.com — When the Justice Department began investigating possible leaks of classified information about North Korea in 2009, investigators did more than obtain telephone records of a working journalist suspected of receiving the secret material. They used security badge access records to track the reporter's comings and goings from the State Department, according to a newly obtained court affidavit.
newyorker.com — The cowardly move by the Justice Department to subpoena two months of the A.P.'s phone records, both of its office lines and of the home phones of individual reporters, is potentially a breach of the Justice Department's own guidelines. Even more important, it prevented the A.P. from seeking a judicial review of the action.
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