Nov 302010
 
 November 30, 2010  Misc

Kashmir Hill writes:

Wikileaks worships at the shrine of rabid transparency. And it does not just sacrifice government documents to the transparency gods; founder Julian Assange tells my colleague Andy Greenberg that corporate America is the site’s next big target.

Stanford’s Consumer Privacy Project director Ryan Calo has an interesting take on privacy lessons learned from the latest Wikileak dump, which exposed confidential State Department cables sent to overseas officers.

Read more on Forbes.

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