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  • "This is an enormous opportunity to set a tone and to empower hundreds of thousands of federal employees to do the right thing," said Lucy Dalglish, executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, who characterized it as a "180-degree turn" from the Bush administration.

    Obama lifts Bush's veil of secrecy →

  • "No administration that values the free flow of information to the public would use this tactic. And I think the public and Congress will probably conclude the Justice Department has overplayed its hand. Notice is only required for phone records. It is highly likely they also have credit card receipts, airplane records and other digital information about all of these journalists. I've never been more disturbed about a government subpoena," she said.

    Attorney General Holder defends Justice Department subpoena power against news media →

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