During the summer, the Drug Enforcement Administration pulled down all issues of its newsletter for drug warriors, plus six years of its chemistry journal. They’re reposted here, as convenient collections.
This is terrifying.
A database in China used to track the Uyghur Muslim population was exposed online.
It contained information on 2.5 million users, including names, dates of birth, addresses, employers, photos, & past GPS coordinates.
U.S. Army leaders singled out mold infestations in military housing as the leading cause of health concerns, after @Reuters reporting on poor conditions https://t.co/Y6YBat1e1I Read the full report https://t.co/DTTEYk7zC2
Yesterday, FBI posted two more internal policy directives to its FOIA Vault:
If you found out that #Google was doing a “research project” [sic] requiring a legal agreement and an NDA (!) with a major American city’s records agency, wouldn’t you be curious what that was? And maybe a little concerned?
Yeah, us too! So we just FOIL’ed it. Let’s find out! 😁
3/3 Google’s NDAs asked cities to treat publically-relevant information like water use & the # of workers to be employed by a data center as a trade secret. The cities could be sued if they revealed even basic info.