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Wikileaks Could Shatter Hopes for Greater Transparency

January 4, 2011 No Comments

The so-called silver lining in the Wikileaks document dumps is that governments and corporations will refrain from any questionable dealings rather than face the risk of exposure, right? Maybe not, suggests LogLogic’s Bill Roth. Instead, “it will drive increased security and secrecy at large corporations. Expect the stocks of computer security companies and encrypted hard drive manufacturers to go through the roof.”

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