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An Air Force command's attempt to keep Airmen from reading classified documents on the WikiLeaks website went too far and was ordered pulled down by the Air Force.
Lawyers for the Air Force Material Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, warned Airmen on Feb. 3 not to view documents on the site from either work or home computers or risk prosecution under the Espionage Act. The lawyers further said that Air Force family members who viewed the documents on a home computer could also be arrested and charged under the law, and that Airmen are obliged to "safeguard the information
Originally posted by Whereweheaded
Man oh man i wish I took the blue pill!
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Actually this IS good news
Reason why is because if they were allowed to view the documents they might be like "meh, whatever"
But if they aren't allowed to view them then that might raise some eyebrows and think "Legitimate news sources report on this but I can't view these docs?"