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New FOIA rules official—let the data flood begin

Since 2001, the rule of thumb for government agencies responding to Freedom of Information Act requests has been "when in doubt, leave it out"...

A suit concerning those documents is just one of a slew filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, seeking records pertaining to the lobbying surrounding last year's telecom surveillance immunity legislation, FBI databases, and White House policies governing electronic communications records. Several of those cases have been stayed pending the implementation of new FOIA guidelines.

Friday, March 20, 2009
Ars Technica

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