by Chelsea Connolly and Hana Hancock
"This pandemic is global in scale and personal in impact, and as a result, it’s touching and transforming virtually every topic that historians have studied. We have a duty to share our insights with the larger world. They’re interested in what we have to say. (And, let’s remember, most of them are stuck at home looking for something to read!)"
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Nate Jones
The Department of Justice's historical effort to weaken the Freedom Of Information Act and why Congress must strengthen the law.
SOURCE: Politicus USA
"It goes way beyond Nixon.”
SOURCE: The Washington Post
Apple argued that if the government prevails, it could force companies to do a number of other things going forward in the name of surveillance and security.
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