The New Age of Involuntary Transparency

Posted: December 1, 2010 in Reputation

The stunning success of Julian Assange and Wikileaks has ushered in a new age — dubbed by Forbes as the new age of involuntary transparence.

His organization’s work to expose secret information about the U.S. Military and the U.S. Government’s diplomatic dealings has been massive. 

And now he is promising to do the same thing to your corporation.

Specifically, he has told Forbes that he has on tap a new data dump ready that targets a U.S. bank.

The transnational and legally insulted nature of the organization has proven to be a difficult target for the U.S. to stop.  The same will be presumably true for corporations which find themselves trying to do damage control when their secrets are published online and in newspapers across the globe.


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