Feds demanding less secrecy for inventions

His critics say he’s not much for transparency, but under President Trump’s administration, there’s one area where secrecy has plunged – and that’s in the orders issued to keep inventions behind closed doors, explains Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

A chart compiled by the Federation of American scientists reveals that in Fiscal Year 2018, there were only 85 orders that new inventions must not be available – or even revealed – to the public.

The issue comes up through the U.S. Patent Office, and there, whenever a new invention is deemed to be “detrimental to national security,” an order can be imposed that [READ MORE HERE]

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