March 20, 2014 | By Hugh D'Andrade and Dave Maass

All of EFF's Transparency Litigation in One, Shiny InFOIAgraphic

Sunshine Week may be just seven days in March, but fighting for government transparency is a year-round mission for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In fact, it's not unusual for litigation over public records to drag on for years upon years. To help make sense of it all, here's a handy infographic illustrating EFF's current Freedom of Information Act caseload.

For more information on EFF's FOIA lawsuits:

EFF v. CIA - Intelligence Oversight Board Reports

EFF v. DOJ - Expanding Surveillance Law

EFF v. DOJ - Secret Interpretations of Section 215 of the Patriot Act

EFF v. DOT - Drone Authorization Lawsuits

EFF v. CBP - Drone Loan Program

EFF v. DOJ - Facial Recognition Biometric Database

EFF v. DOJ - Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Orders

EFF v. DOJ, 12-5363 - Office of Legal Counsel Secret Surveillance Memo

EFF and ACLU of Southern California v. County of Los Angeles - Automatic License Plate Reader Records

You can find all of EFF's Sunshine Week posts linked here.


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