Intellipedia, the intelligence community’s version of Wikipedia, hummed in the aftermath of the Iranian presidential election in June, with personnel at myriad government agencies updating a page dedicated to tracking the disputed results. Similarly, a page established in November immediately after the terrorist attack in Mumbai provided intelligence analysts with a better understanding of the scope of the incident, as well as a forum to speculate on possible perpetrators.
- Wikipedia for Spies: The CIA Discovers Web 2.0 – TIME (time.com)
- A return to silence in a post-WikiLeaks world? (sfgate.com)
- WikiLeaks builds a legal shield in Sweden (reuters.com)