How the US government— and you — should assess secrets in the WikiLeaks age (Christian Science Monitor)


For all the media hoopla over WikiLeaks, the most serious implications of the leaked cables aren’t on foreign diplomacy but on information security. The post-9/11 information age demands a rethink of how sensitive information is processed not only by the government, but also by readers and reporters, say Dickey Center Director Kenneth Yalowitz and his co-author.

Read the full opinion piece, published by The Christian Science Monitor on 12/23/10.

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