Federal Secrecy After September 11
The implications of increasing government secrecy are examined in a special issue of “I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society.”
A series of articles, mainly academic in tenor, address both the “theory” and the practice of secrecy from various perspectives and on topics such as Biosecurity and Secrecy Policy, for example.
The I/S Journal is published by Ohio State University and Carnegie Mellon. The special issue on secrecy was sponsored by The Century Foundation and The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation (which also supports Secrecy News).
See “Federal Secrecy After September 11 and the Future of the Information Society”.
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