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San Jose to appeal ruling that private texts, emails can be public

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EPIC presses FBI in lawsuit for details on biometric database

From PCWorld: A privacy watchdog has filed a lawsuit contending the Federal Bureau of Investigation has failed to provide requested technical information about a biometric identification database expected to be the largest in the world. read more ...
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Wikileaks releases Kissinger Cables

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Indiana Senate votes down new fees for public records

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Kansas public records can be pricey to obtain

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Maine’s open government law often expanded, restricted

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Judge backs publisher over Raritan Borough in public records fight

From NJ.com: SOMERVILLE — A state judge has again denied Raritan Borough's efforts to charge a major newspaper publisher for public information — a decision in an ongoing battle that could cost the borough and its taxpayers as much as $750,000 in legal fees. read more ...
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Should open-government violators go to jail?

Opinion from Donald Meyers at Salt Lake Tribune: read more ...
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Freedom of Information Summit heads to New Orleans

Please also see the press release here [PDF/557KB]. read more ...
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