Media dealing with Transparency

Ads push cameras in Supreme Court By JOSH GERSTEIN | 2/18/14 12:01 AM EST A collection of groups pushing to open the Supreme Court to television coverage is trying something new: television...
Dear Chairman Issa and Ranking Member Cummings, As groups dedicated to greater accountability and transparency in government, we write in support of the framework H.R. 1233, the Presidential...
  "It is difficult to conceive of a more serious threat to the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States than the federal government using its awesome power to target...
The Congressional Push for Secrecy Posted on Aug 8, 2012 The U.S. Congress—one of the branches intended by America’s founders to balance the president’s power—is...
  Congress Resists Efforts to Reduce Secrecy August 6th, 2012 by Steven Aftergood Ordinarily, critics of government secrecy focus their ire — and their strategy — on executive...
  Cybersecurity Bills Threaten Public Access to Information, Accountability Organizations concerned with open government and accountability have rallied in opposition to provisions in...
  5 Things the Public Wouldn't Know Without FOIA By DANA LIEBELSON It has been 46 years since President Lyndon Johnson quietly signed the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) into...
    Oh, the Places FOIA'll Go - Freedom of Information Law Turns 46 This 4th of July marks the 46th anniversary of the enactment of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). FOIA is a...
  Government transparency is becoming a joke By Gene Healy June 25, 2012   In April 2010, when then-press secretary Robert Gibbs announced that "this is the most transparent...
  Manufacturing a “Black Separatist” Threat and Other Dubious Claims: Bias in Newly Released FBI Terrorism Training Materials By Michael German, Senior Policy Counsel, ACLU...