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Super scandalous declassified secret document from the CIA instructing military action in Santiago. Lots more of these documents are available due to Wikileaks and the Freedom of Information Act, and their contents are indicative of US support, instruction and intent to end Allende's regime and install a favorable one

from The Independent

Queen tried to use state poverty fund to heat Buckingham Palace

The Queen asked ministers for a poverty handout to help heat her palaces but was rebuffed because they feared it would be a public relations disaster, documents disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act reveal.September 23 2010 #RoyalScroungers

from İstihbarat ve Analiz

RESEARCH DOCUMENT /// FOIA@250 : World’s First Freedom of Information Act Dates to 1766

This Freedom of Information Act request can be customized for requests of records by any individual, member of the media, or academic pursuits. Free to download and print

from TechCrunch

Freedom Of Information Act Machine Fights

Freedom Of Information Act Machine Fights Government Secrecy By Automating Transparency Requests | TechCrunch

Three top President Obama appointees to the Export-Import Bank were negotiating to join Teneo, the Clinton-connected consulting firm, at the same time a Teneo client was lining up for itself the largest subsidy Ex-Im has ever given out, emails reveal. Ex-Im emails, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, also show Ex-Im officials asking (and occasionally obtaining) favors from Teneo co-founder Doug Band in his roles at the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative. The…

Today marks the 250th anniversary of Sweden's Freedom of the Press Act, and at a time where both freedom of information and questions over what the media publish are increasingly in the spotlight, the pioneering document is particularly relevant. Anders Chydenius, the founding father of the Act, was a Finn but since Finland was under Swedish government, Sweden takes the credit...


Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Fee Waivers Protected

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA) FEE WAIVERS PROTECTED - A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit unanimously protected the Freedom of Information Act’s (FOIA) public interest fee waiver and news media fee classification, Preventing federal agencies from using fees as a weapon against public access to government information.

Lawsuit Ensues as White House Sits on Conservative Legal Group’s Freedom of Information Act Requests. FREEDOM OUTPOST 8-19-2014. IF YOU ALLOW A FREEDOM TO BE TAKEN AWAY, YOU'RE NOT LIKELY TO EVER GET IT BACK. DEMAND THE RELEASE OF THE INFORMATION UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT. If this generation does not demand it, the next generation may never know what it ever was.

Freedom of Information Document Reveal - Vaccine Hoax Cover Up -