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August 9, 2012
Disclosure of Lobbying: Are White House Visitor Logs Good Enough?
Nope. See John Wonderlich's Sunlight Foundation Blog post, House Oversight Shows More Visitor Logs Evasion, Deals ("[T]he WAVES [official White House visitor record-keeping] systems were designed for security, not tracking influence. Unfortunately, the White House has chosen to use the visitor logs disclosure as a shield whenever their transparency or ethics are questioned, despite numerous shortfalls in their effectiveness."). [JH]