Can Anyone Keep a Secret Any More?

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WikiLeaks' latest "mega-dump" of information has caused distress and embarrassment worldwide, especially at the US State Department where Secretary of State Clinton says they "allegedly" originated. Publication in five newspapers around the world has only begun, and staffs of reporters and checkers have been assigned to determine what's real and what's not. After shaking up international diplomacy, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says upcoming revelations might bring down a major American bank. Can Assange be stopped? Is WikiLeaks destroying the trust crucial to US diplomacy, or do documents leaked so far show State Department officials just doing their jobs? What about Hillary Clinton ordering diplomats to spy on their counterparts? Has WikiLeaks uncovered an unsavory kind of business as usual?



Gregor Peter Schmitz - Washington Correspondent, Der Spiegel, Dave Clemente - Cyber Security Analyst, Chatham House, Andy Greenberg - Wired magazine - @a_greenberg, David Corn - Mother Jones magazine - @DavidCornDC, Marc Ambinder - The Week - @marcambinder

Warren Olney