Lots of FOIA items to end the week with, here goes:
My friend Anne Weismann, the Chief Counsel at Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington ("CREW") writes in the HuffingtonPost about Wikileaks and how, ultimately it will hurt government transparency.
The Coalition for Education Success has sued the Department of Education for documents related to for-profit colleges and the General Accountability Office's report on for profit topics (that the group doesn't like). The press release can be found here.
The Second Circuit found for the IRS on both its search for responsive documents and its use of exemptions 3, 5 and 7(D) in this FOIA case brought by the children and estate of Mary Adamowicz.
And finally, UPI.com reports that the names of those SEC employees who diddled away their time watching porn while the economy fell apart should remain out of the public view.