The Congressional Research Service, which does not make its publications directly available to the public, has recently issued or updated several noteworthy reports. The following CRS reports obtained by Secrecy News have not previously been made available online (all pdf).
“The President’s Office of Science and Technology Policy: Issues for Congress,” November 10, 2008 (40 pages).
“Human Rights in China: Trends and Policy Implications,” October 31, 2008 (38 pages).
“Privacy: An Overview of Federal Statutes Governing Wiretapping and Electronic Eavesdropping,” updated September 2, 2008 (164 pages).
“Privacy: An Abbreviated Outline of Federal Statutes Governing Wiretapping and Electronic Eavesdropping,” updated September 2, 2008 (6 pages).
“North Korea: Terrorism List Removal?,” updated November 6, 2008 (36 pages).
“Statutory Interpretation: General Principles and Recent Trends,” updated August 31, 2008 (55 pages).
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