But the more revealed, reveals more unknowns that Mueller could or did not figure out.
The intel committee’s top Republican and top Democrat have been openly fighting for more than a year. But there’s one thing they agree on: They need to hear from Robert Mueller.
Source: Schiff and Nunes: Mueller ‘Must Brief’ Intel Committee—And Turn Over All His Materials
A surprise Justice Department filing in a case charging Huawei with bank fraud and sanctions avoidance provides a rare glimpse into the larger question of Huawei’s relationship to China’s …
Source: Is Huawei a ‘Foreign Power’ or an ‘Agent of a Foreign Power’ Under
If you’re an outsider with a political agenda, there’s no better country to target than the United States.
Source: America Is Wide Open for Foreign Influence
The Pentagon’s new autonomous system could embed bias, jeopardize civil liberties, and reshape the role of algorithms in the workplace.
Source: The Dangers of Using AI to Streamline Security Clearances
The Department of Homeland Security is deploying its intelligence apparatus against activists, journalists, and human rights lawyers, with no guard rails against abuse in place.
Source: Homeland Security’s Intelligence Overreach: Two Cases Illustrate Risks to Civil Society – Just Security
Q&A: What the Reporters Committee’s recent FOIA win means for the public and journalists The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled the Federal Bureau of Investigation must …
Source: Reporters Committee secures FOIA win in case to uncover details on FBI impersonation of documentary filmmakers
First Amendment lawsuit obtains documents (via Freedom of Information Act) raising concerns how the government censors writings of prior employees.
Source: Government’s Own Documents Show: Prepublication Review is Broken
It’s worth inserting some technical realities into the debate over whether the United States and its allies should or shouldn’t allow acquisition of Huawei 5G technology for use in communications …
Source: Huawei and Managing 5G Risk
The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Justice released a report detailing an audit of the FBI process that notifies victims of cyber intrusion. The audit’s findings criticize the bureau for notification delays, incomplete data collection and shortcomings in victim engagement.
Source: Document: Inspector General Report on FBI Cyber Victim Notifications
The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Justice has released a report on the Drug Enforcement Agency’s use of administrative subpoenas for bulk data collection and exploitation,
Source: Document: Inspector General Report on DEA Bulk Data Collection