Monday, September 10, 2012

Wiki leaks? More like /busy/ leaks, amirite?

The fall semester has started here in the great white north, so it's been a busy few days getting back in to the swing of things. Also, football has started and baseball is still going, and even though the teams I follow are either already well out of things or have no chance of ever being in things this year, they still occupy far too much of my time.

Anyway, here's a fun little graphic I had no part in creating. But it does a good job of summarizing what wiki leaks has done and why it's important, and that's something everyone should know. Please pretend I wrote a very eloquent defense of wiki leaks right here. and then it looks less like I'm phoning it in.

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2 comments:

BA said...

That is a great graphic. Thank you for sharing it!

revdj said...

It misses what I think is the main relevation:

Most of the information that the government classifies is NOT detrimental to national security. We classify things that should have been public in the first place.