No More Enduring Precious Secrets

Are we entering an era where there will be no more enduring precious secrets?  And if so, what are the consequences for U.S. national security, commerce and business, and notions of personal privacy?  As WikiLeaks and Washington Post disclosures have shown, not to mention Google and FaceBook, the rapid expansion of the information age has created a number of important privacy issues that affect citizens, business, and governments around the world.

No More Enduring Precious Secrets

By Richard E. Friedman


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