An overview of two kinds of leak investigations: those undertaken by the Justice Department and those led by the Department’s Inspector General.
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French President-elect Emmanuel Macron has a lot on his mind as he prepares to assume office. One topic we can be sure he’s thinking about: what to do about the dumping of various of his campaign documents and emails online just hours before the election.
There's something going on inside the intelligence communities in at least two countries, and we have no idea what it is.
On Saturday, apparently in protest at President Trump’s missile strike on Syria, the group that calls itself the Shadow Brokers dumped the rest of its cache of stolen NSA hacking tools.
Wikileaks once again successfully hacked the media, shaping discussions into deliberately deceptive ways.
Some additional notes on Wikileaks' release of CIA hacking tools.
An initial analysis of the trove of CIA documents released by Wikileaks.
Even if one agrees that FISA and the applicable minimization procedures were likely observed in the Flynn case, that should be the beginning, not the end, of the analysis.
In light of President Trump’s recent attacks on leakers, we’ve provided an examination of what the nature of leak investigations and enforcement means for executive information control.
FISC Rejects Claim That Public Has a First Amendment Right to Court Decisions About Bulk Data Collection
Citizens do not have a First Amendment right to read the full court decisions that support the legality of the NSA’s bulk data collection program, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has concluded.