Redirecting the Furor Around WikiLeaks

The State Department has begun reaching out to hundreds of people identified in diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks, some of which were published recently, reportedly relocating some locally in their own countries, and others to foreign sites for their own safety.



The State Department has begun reaching out to hundreds of people identified in diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks, some of which were published recently, reportedly relocating some locally in their own countries, and others to foreign sites for their own safety. In the weeks since the start of “Cablegate” — when WikiLeaks began releasing a slew of U.S. diplomatic cables onto the Internet — the media buzz around the issue has taken interesting turns.


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