Economist on the new Wikileaks document dump

The Economist has a short piece posted about the most recent document dump from WikiLeaks. A key quote:
Maybe it's something about tech geeks, or maybe it's just related to the self-interest of people and organisations whose particular strength lies in an ability to get a hold of other people's information. But it definitely seems like we're learning a lesson here: while information may want to be free, human beings are usually better off when it's on a leash.
(h/t Glyn Moody)

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