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Oct 28, 2005


It's horrifying to think that the government is hiding behind unclassified designations that have no checks or balances. In essense, agencies are throwing a blanket of secrecy over nearly all agency info. How can I learn about how our government works if government personnel can only share info with people with a "need to know" (which does not include the public, media, and Congress)? Moreover, who inside the government is ensuring that the info so designated is truly worth protecting?

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