Here's some FOIA news on the Thursday before Memorial Day.
The Department of Education has been sued by a consumer group over the agency's refusal to hand over details of its private debt collection program according to insidearm.com. For those interested, the FOIA decision against FMS discussed in the article can be found here.
And the Department of Justice has lost its fight to use a glomar on a confidential source where the fact that the source was used was acknowledged in the underlying criminal case. The government will now have to justify its use of Exemption 7(C) to protect the actual records of the source.