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  1. December 6th, 2010 at 11:53 | #1

    Strange, strange stuff. And let’s face it, a bit pathetic.
    But really, the obvious solution – acknowledge what’s in the leaks and say without apology “That’s how diplomacy works.” is not something any politician or career civil servant is going to do. The ‘gotcha’ culture of destroying people over one bad remark does not favor stand up people.

  2. Troy
    December 6th, 2010 at 12:03 | #2

    It is in fact a very good idea for people desiring clearances to be “anti-leaking” as it were. Part of the culture of secrecy is in fact actively avoiding information you’re NOT cleared for.

    One of my main problems getting a clearance would be all the online postings I’ve done thinking Daniel Ellsberg did a good thing leaking the PP.

    Now, the nuance of it is that Ellsberg earned the right to leak that given all the years he’d devoted to the cause in Vietnam and the high-level circles he moved in the 1960s, but that’s not going to be enough to win over the reviewer.

  3. Luis
    December 6th, 2010 at 12:23 | #3

    Troy:

    I see what you mean, but–as I am sure you would agree–I somehow doubt that such leak-avoidance practice is the official aim of the warnings going out.

  4. Tim Kane
    December 7th, 2010 at 06:57 | #4

    Well, in general, “know the truth, the truth shall set you free” is a good thing.

    I’m sure there are powerful exceptions to the notion, but on balance, Government shouldn’t be doing things in secret that would embarrass itself if it got out.

    And I agree with Jon on this one, just admit that diplomacy isn’t always pretty, and leave it at that.

    If we are going to hang treasonous revealers of classified information, we should start with Cheney, et. al. for revealing Valerie Plame, who had worked on projects to keep nukes off the black market. All that was compromised by Republicans to settle a personal political score. \

  5. stevetv
    December 8th, 2010 at 06:34 | #5

    Your post suggests that the reason servers dropped Wikileaks is in order to suppress information. Someone wants it suppressed, sure. But Amazon? I remember Amazon and other servers were getting hit hard with DDoS attacks, and the BBC reported a few days ago that it was affecting other customers as well. I don’t know how accurate the information is, but that’s more likely the main reason. I’d drop them too, and I wouldn’t want my business to be hosted on servers that were being cyber attacked.

    Now, where did the cyber attacks come from? That’s another question altogether, but your post and tweet suggests that servers decided to do it for the purpose of blocking Wikileaks from the public. Not necessarily.

    And speaking of businesses… I could imagine businesses that work with Amazon pressuring them to stop hosting Wikileaks or else they’d go elsewhere. It’s a no-win situation.

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