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What does US govt, employees say to students about Wikileaks?

by Guest355  |  10 years, 8 month(s) ago

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Columbia University’s school of international and public affairs received a call from an alumnus working at the U.S. State Department. The alumnus had some advice for students planning to apply for federal government positions.
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     Graduate students at US universities are being warned not to read or post links to WikiLeaks documents, or they could be denied work with the US government.


    Several news reports suggest the State Department has been warning university departments that students could fail security screening if they are seen to discuss or post links to WikiLeaks documents on social networking sites. The US government considers the leaked material to be classified, even after public release.


    AboveTheLaw.com has obtained a letter from the career development dean of the Boston University School of Law warning students to stay away from WikiLeaks material.

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