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In war's name, public loses information

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / April 24, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Federal agencies under the Bush administration are sweeping vast amounts of public information behind a curtain of secrecy in the name of fighting terrorism, using 50 to 60 loosely defined security designations that can be imposed by officials as low-ranking as government clerks. (Full article: 1901 words)

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