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A New Look at Government Secrecy by the Numbers

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· Story link OpenTheGovernment offers a new by-the-numbers look at government secrecy in its latest Report Card, including 2072 surveillance…

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OpenTheGovernment offers a new by-the-numbers look at government secrecy in its latest Report Card, including 2072 surveillance orders approved in 2005 by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, 0 requests rejected; 9,254 National Security Letters issued allowing the government to obtain information on individuals without a warrant; and 106 new secret patents. (9/5/06)