Now You See It, Now You Don't

When the U.S. Justice Department finally released a consultant's report about the agency's workplace diversity a couple weeks ago, half of the 186-page report was blacked out. It didn't stay that way for long, though. The Justice Department posted the report on its Web site. Days later, a Web site called The Memory Hole unmasked it and published a complete version of the report, according to the Associated Press. Reporters had filed a Freedom of Information Act request to obtain the report.

In a move that surprised us at, the Justice Department has tried to put the genie back in the bottle. Despite the fact that the entire document has been made public, the department corrected its "mistake" and posted the heavily redacted report again.