This Week’s FOIA Round-Up: Justice Department releases second Mueller report and new records show officer who killed teen worried past supervisors
In this week’s FOIA roundup, two FOIA lawsuits push the Justice Department to release a new version of the Mueller Report, records reveal that the Connecticut police officer who shot an unarmed teen last month had worried past supervisors, and an elected city clerk in Illinois sues his city over its own FOIA processes.
The United States is committing to a broad program of artificial intelligence to maintain the country’s industry lead and modernize the military, the White House announced in an Executive Order issued by President Donald Trump on February 11th.
Julia Horwitz is open government counsel at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). A U.S. District Court recently ruled in favor of EPIC regarding documents being withheld by the Department of Homeland Security. Read about that court battle and more in this week’s Requester’s Voice.