Chronology of Gov. Docs Withheld From Public Access Continues

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on January 24, 2006

A Tangled Web woven: At the CIA, what gets put up online–and what doesn’t, by David E. Kaplan [via Secrecy News]:

  • “The CIA’s Center for the Study of Intelligence is one of the agency’s most open branches. The in-house think tank sponsors studies on how to improve intelligence collection and analysis and publishes a respected journal, Studies in Intelligence. But since 2003, at least three unclassified CSI reports–all critical of the agency–have been withheld from the CIA’s website, U.S. News has learned. During that same time, the agency has placed online three other CSI reports, all of those relatively positive or neutral.”
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