White House releases photographic proof that Privacy Oversight Board exists
We’re not sure what the Obama administration’s Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board knows about civil liberties, but it has privacy down to a science. Until this week, no one seemed to know the group existed, but the White House decided to draw back the curtain a bit Friday and release a photo of the board convening in the Situation Room.
The meeting was closed to the press, but the White House photographer was there to capture the group in action. So, it looks a little bit like the president’s jobs council, except there are people in the chairs.
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