A Case Against Leaking
Friday, May 21, 2010
We frequently celebrate government leakers and the news organizations that publish those leaks. But in his new book, Necessary Secrets: National Security, The Media and The Rule Of Law, Gabriel Schoenfeld argues that, historically, leaks of classified information have often been destructive, dangerous and illegal. Working backwards from a couple of 2005 New York Times leak-inspired exposés, Schoenfeld makes his case against the sanctity of revelation.
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