State Department releases emails from Clinton aide Huma Abedin
A conservative activist group is hoping for legal action as a result.
FBI won't be forced to reveal San Bernardino iPhone hacking tool
A disclosure would allegedly invite retaliatory hacks.
Mystery internet company challenges NSA’s mass surveillance order
Great gesture. Still forced to comply.
Trump's quiet war on data begins
Removal and manipulation are a concern, but the biggest threat to data is budgetary.
A version of the pre-Trump EPA website is online
It isn't too different from the current EPA website, but that could change.
FBI's FOIA website will make it easier to submit requests in March
The feds won't accept emailed FOIPA requests anymore.
By March, the FBI won't let you email in FOIA requests
You can only send them by fax, snail mail or an internet submission portal.
12 million declassified CIA files are now available online
You can now search info on Nazis, the Berlin Tunnel, UFOs and more.
Justice Department sued for old computers slowing FOIA requests
The DOJ is using “decades old” machines to do the heavy lifting.