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The U.S. already classifies and hides too much information. The danger is that, due to WikiLeaks, it will try to hide more.
Liza Goitein participates in a panel discussion on the “State of the State Secrets Privilege” at American University’s Washington College of Law, Collaboration on Government Secrecy.
On PBS Newshour, Liza Goitein discusses how far the U.S. government should go in protecting citizens from threats here and abroad.
Liza Goitein appears on NPR's On the Media to talk about her transparency report card for the Obama administration's first 100 days.
What will it take to convince those who oppose establishing an independent commission to inquire into America’s recent counterterrorism policies that a much closer study of those policies is needed?
Column in the Philadelphia Inquirer on the threat to filibuster President Obama's nominee to head the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel.
This piece discusses important campaign finance cases working their way through the court system.
Liza Goitein appeared on Air America's "Doing Time with Ron Kuby" to discuss how Obama's national security policies affect our civil liberties.
Liza Goitein and Emily Berman participate in a panel discussion on secrecy and unchecked executive power hosted by The Century Foundation.