Category Archive: Wikileaks

Secrecy Is Not Privacy

And discretion isn’t either one. We’re mixing discussion, these days (though when did we not?). Wikileaks seems to be bringing a lot of fears into the open… both real and imagined. But we… Continue reading

Muddling with Privacy

Two things I have read over the last couple of days are rattling against each other in my head, though there’s no overt connection. The first, from a CNN series on ”The End… Continue reading

The Return of Discretion?

Discretion: avoiding offense and protecting privacy. Discretion, or rather lack of it, is at the heart of the Wikileaks free-for-all. And, against what one might expect, it’s not the discretion of Julian Assange… Continue reading

Just Another Wikileaks Blog Post

The neat thing about all of the Wikileaks stuff this past week is that everyone has an opinion. Everyone knows what’s right about it, and what’s wrong. Not that anyone agrees with anyone.… Continue reading