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June 07, 2014


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Colin Warwick

Thanks, David. BTW, the CIA World Factbook was one of the first web sites I ever visited back in the early 1990's using that gray background NCSA Mosaic which predated Netscape and the rest. I remember the same thrill of forbidden fruit: "Wow! Cool! I can read something by the CIA!"

Stan Dubin

I love it! A tweet that may not be a tweet from an agency that has secrecy in its very core. And I agree, David, any openness is better than none.

David Meerman Scott

Colin and Stan, thanks for jumping in. Obviously the CIA will be extremely cautious. But I do think it is a step in the right direction.

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