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Report: After WikiLeaks, Pentagon Bans Removable Devices

IBTimes Hong KongReport: After WikiLeaks, Pentagon Bans Removable DevicesPC MagazineIn the wake of WikiLeaks' release of more than 250000 classified US diplomatic cables, the Pentagon is reportedly taking measures to prevent this type of breach from happening again. In an order obtained by Wired, Air Force Network Operations commander ...Military bans disks, threatens courts-martial to stop new leaksCNNWikiLeaks fallout: military bans thumb drivesmsnbc.comUS Defense Department bans removable media to curb WikileaksElectronistaZDNet (blog) -SecurityNewsDaily -Techzone360all 33 news articles »

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  • Report: Military bans disks, removable media
    The Pentagon is telling troops to stop using CDs, DVDs, thumb drives and all other forms of removable media or risk facing a court ... diplomatic cables and documents to the whistleblower site ...
    12/10/2010 - 5:45 am | View Link
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