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- DoJ Takes Conflicting Positions in Congress: Continues to Deny FOIA Fee Waivers to Independent Journalists
- Revisiting Smith v. Maryland, the Case that Allowed the Bulk Collection of America’s Phone Calls
- Fourth Circuit Orders Reporter to Testify as to Source of National Security Leaks
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Category Archives: Political Communication
by Matthew L. Schafer The Department of Justice is refusing to follow its own interpretation of the Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) by declining to grant fee waiver requests to independent journalists and bloggers. This comes despite Congress’s intent to … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer President Obama’s Administration has prosecuted more government whistleblowers than all other presidents combined and has subpoenaed nearly as many journalists as President Bush did during his first term. Some also suggest that agencies under Obama have released … Continue reading
By Matthew L. Schafer On Tuesday, the D.C. Open Government Coalition filed a complaint against the D.C. Council, asking a local judge to order the Council to search for government emails in Councilmembers’ personal email accounts. In its complaint, the … Continue reading