The Searchers

Friday, December 18, 2009


Despite legal safeguards, tens of millions of emails from the Bush administration were thought to be missing, the result of poor digital record keeping. That is, until this week, when two open-government groups secured the release of 22 million emails that had, somewhat miraculously, been found. Chief-counsel for Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington, Anne Weismann explains the successful search.

Comments [1]

Mo from RI

Re. Bush emails: The NSA has has "secret rooms" at the telephone companies scooping up ALL emails for nearly the entire Bush administration. Why can't we get the "missing" emails from them?

Dec. 20 2009 02:30 PM

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