24 March 2014 — National Security Archive
Whopper to Congress Clinches Worst Open Government Performance of 2013
Prize Named for Nixon’s Secretary Cites U.S. Surveillance Establishment for Outrageous Secrecy
1 September 2013 — Voltaire Network
The US Defence Minister Chuck Hagel, the Secretary of State John Kerry, the National Security counsellor Susan Rice and the National Intelligence director James Clapper, held a closed meeting regarding Syria with leaders of Congress, on Thursday August 2013.
31 July 2013 — Pro Publica
Since Edward Snowden leaked documents detailing the NSA’s sweeping surveillance programs, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was forced to admit that part of his congressional testimony was “erroneous.” Here are six claims about NSA surveillance that have been undermined by recent disclosures.
1 July 2013 — Anti-Fascist Calling…
With the Obama administration in full damage control mode over revelations of blanket surveillance of global electronic communications, new documents published by The Guardian, including the draft of a 2009 report by the NSA’s Inspector General marked Top Secret and a Secret 2007 Justice Department memo prepared for then US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, show that “a federal judge sitting on the secret surveillance panel called the Fisa court would approve a bulk collection order for internet metadata ‘every 90 days’.”