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Military Bans Removable Media After WikiLeaks Disclosures 346

Posted by timothy
from the no-using-your-photographic-memory dept.
cgriffin21 writes "The Pentagon is taking matters into its own hands to prevent the occurrence of another WikiLeaks breach with removable media ban, preventing soldiers from using USB sticks, CDs or DVDs on any systems or servers. The directive prohibiting removable media followed the recent publication of more than 250,000 diplomatic cables, which were leaked to whistleblower Web site WikiLeaks at the end of last month by a military insider."
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Military Bans Removable Media After WikiLeaks Disclosures

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