ANNOUNCMENT: The Newseum will host a Sept. 16 panel discussion to examine the various ways in which U.S. cities and states are incorporating police body cameras to hold officers accountable and build public trust.
Panelists will also discuss the future of police body cameras in the District of Columbia. The event is free to the public, but registration is required. Continue…
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At the 16th Annual National Freedom of Information Day at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center, former White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator Cass Sunstein accepted the prestigious James Madison Award on behalf of the five-member President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies which recommended the end of bulk telephone metadata collection.
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From the Newseum:
WASHINGTON — The 15th annual National Freedom of Information Day conference to be held at the Newseum will bring together groups concerned with freedom of information and open records, including FOI advocates, government officials, lawyers, librarians, journalists and educators.
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