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Too Big To Manage: Feds invoke 'privacy' to shield public employees while snooping on the rest of us

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Even as Washington gets heat for snooping on ordinary Americans and warning them that they "have no reasonable expectation of privacy" on, federal officials are increasingly using the “personal privacy” exemption in the law to shield their employees from scrutiny, according to open government advocates. Information about pay bonuses, disciplinary actions and severance packages...

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