Is it possible to prevent leaks of confidential information?


40 years ago, The U.S. suffered its first major leak of classified information, known as the «Pentagon Papers», in which the New York Times published 7,000 pages of classified documents related to the invasion of Vietnam between 1945 and 1967.

The WikiLeaks case, many years later, was the biggest media impact. WikiLeaks changed the way we view and analyze the news, and futhermore demonstrated the vulnerability of computer networks.

Earlier this year, the filtration of so-called Panama Papers involved the dissemination of more than eleven million confidential documents, with the consequences we all know, at this point.

This week,

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