This week’s FOIA Round-up: Afghanistan papers, University of Michigan’s $1.2 million NDAs, and a massive ruling in Virginia
Our weekly collection of the biggest stories from FOIA
The university began tracking attendance through the Wi-Fi on students’ phones and other devices in November after entering into a one-year agreement with vendor Degree Analytics.
Vandalism Fears, Racist Cats: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts releases comments on Kehinde Wiley acquisition
Ahead of the December installation of Kehinde Wiley’s “Rumors of War” at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, we thought we’d see what people have to say so far.
This week’s FOIA roundup: Drones and drugs and Virginia prisons, Michigan’s AG bemoans a lack of transparency, and border patrol abuses immigrant children
A drone was spotted near a Virginia prison carrying cocaine and marijuana. Michigan Attorney General Dana Wessel says she’s “ashamed” of the state’s public records law. An ACLU request and lawsuit culminate in over 30,000 pages of DHS documents.