Infernalist: The release of the records is in response to an order issued by a federal judge in California. In its filing, the Justice Department said it was "broadly construing" that order and is declassifying a larger set of documents than the ruling required.I'm sure someone will be along shortly to tell us all why we need to be outraged.
Infernalist: I'm sure someone will be along shortly to tell us all why we need to be outraged.
edmo: The government reminds it's employees all the time that even though information may be in the public arena it may still be classified so this is how they fix it.Only the government would think publicly available information is a secret.
Doktor_Zhivago: Secret Courts always end well.[upload.wikimedia.org image 219x300]
sendtodave: Can't log into wikileaks if you work for the NSA.So, it's useful for those guys, I guess.
BafflerMeal: sendtodave: Can't log into wikileaks if you work for the NSA.So, it's useful for those guys, I guess.Sure you can. They US gov just don't want one to, and most people clutch too tightly to the government teat to think for themselves when they're on the gravy train.
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