Thursday, July 26, 2007

Spies are Everywhere

The popular user-updated reference website Wikipedia has spawned a copycat from a most unlikely group. Instead of closing ranks, the US intelligence community has unveiled its "topsecret" Intellipedia, a system that allows intelligence analysts and other officials to collaboratively add and edit classified content.

Officials say that by creating more open channels for the sharing of information, the system holds the key to the future of espionage. Let's hope it has good password protection.

Readers Digest

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