‘As surely as if they were placing a hand over a journalist’s camera lens’
A 203 percent increase between 2009 and 2013
Most transparent administration in history?
The White House has offered few clues on how the president will address questions that have dogged his administration for years
Administration favored requests from left-wing groups
Saudi made a similar move to rein in Blackberry’s messaging service several years ago
Google, Twitter and Sonic.net release similar reports twice a year
American authorities demand more user info than all of the world’s other governments combined
FCC shows pattern of stonewalling transparency requests - Free Beacon
The FCC’s FOIA problems are only part of a larger trend in the Obama administration
Secretive network of 10 front groups join with occupiers to pressure businesses, politicians
Conflicting data cast doubt on report’s conclusions
There is no tower high enough to keep special interest lobbyists away from committee members.
What to ask Obama at Wednesday’s Twitter town hall.
Republicans are fuming about what they call the ‘woefully inadequate’ document releases
President Obama’s new executive order will politicize the federal contracting process. Why aren’t the good-government watchdogs complaining?
White House delays award praising the president for transparency, cites unspecified ‘changes to the president’s schedule’
Obama touts “transparency” in his speeches, but he doesn’t practice what he preaches.
Users can search for the salary, pension benefits and other compensation for more than 594,000 city and county employees throughout California
When the president’s advisors hold back because they’re afraid that their advice will be leaked to the public, everyone loses.
Censorship, as defined by Google - TechCrunch
Google issues ‘transparency report,’ equates countries that block access to site as censorship