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Trump and the Toothless Presidential Records Act

March 11, 2019
By Sara Worth '21

An ethics watchdog group is challenging the use of encrypted messaging apps by senior White House officials.

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Newly Disclosed Documents on the Five Eyes Alliance and What They Tell Us about Intelligence-Sharing Agreements

April 25, 2018
By Scarlet Kim, Diana Lee, Asaf Lubin, Paulina Perlin

The United States is party to a number of international intelligence sharing arrangements—one of the most prominent being the so-called “Five Eyes” alliance.

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FBI’s Secret Gag Orders Challenged Before the Ninth Circuit

April 12, 2017
By Delbert Tran

Not only does the Government have the power to issue secret subpoenas demanding your personal information from private companies—it has the power to prohibit those companies from speaking about what has taken place.

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The Exemption 7 Escape from Government Disclosure of Sensitive, Non-classified Information

April 12, 2017
By John Brinkerhoff

One of FOIA’s strongest exemptions is, unsurprisingly, for classified information.

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