Newer News: May 2011
April 2011 Intelligence News
- CIA Declassifies Oldest Documents in U.S. Government Collection, news release, April 19. "These documents, which describe secret writing techniques and are housed at the National Archives, are believed to be the only remaining classified documents from the World War I era."
- China Views "The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2010", Xinhua News Agency, April 10. "We hereby advise the U.S. government to take concrete actions to improve its own human rights conditions, check and rectify its acts in the human rights field, and stop the hegemonistic deeds of using human rights issues to interfere in other countries' internal affairs."
- Senate panel proposes that leakers of classified information lose pensions by Walter Pincus, Washington Post, April 6. "A Senate panel has proposed legislation that could strip government pensions from active and retired members of the intelligence community who knowingly avoid pre-publication review procedures when authoring works or delivering speeches."
- Secrecy in Shreds by Bill Keller, New York Times Magazine, April 3. "For those charged with keeping secrets, WikiLeaks is a wake-up call. So what should the government do to make the leaker's task - and my job as a nosy journalist - harder?
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