Jul 082010
 July 8, 2010  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

The Media Line posts:

Israeli soldiers who served at one of the country’s most secretive bases have set up a group on the social networking site Facebook, in what has been called a serious security breach. The page allows veterans of the base to upload photos and videos of their shared experiences, and has attracted 265 members.

To see content, and the list of members, a visitor must request to join the group and be approved by its administrators. However the group itself, which is advertised using the Hebrew expression “There are things hidden from us, which we will never know or understand,” is accessible to anyone surfing the web.


A reporter for the daily Yedioth Aharonot was accepted to the group without his identity being cross checked against a list of soldiers connected with the base. He copied a number of the posts on the group’s wall.

Read more in the Jerusalem Post.

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