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Federal prosecutors say 50-year-old Bruce Schliemann, a former defense contractor and retired Navy SEAL, faces up to one year in prison and/or a fine of up to $100,000 when he is sentenced.
The Air Force initially issued guidance that anyone accessing WikiLeaks is violating the Espionage Act. The department has since backed off from that statement.
The Washington Post reports that a Navy intelligence officer is accused of leaking classified documents.
The government is taking your comments on how to change the way some agencies keep secrets.
The Air Force Materiel Command has issued new guidance that says the leaked documents are protected by the Espionage Act.
Attorney John Mahoney explains the threats to security clearances if you access WikiLeaks.
The New York Times and the Economist report on the U.S. government's ability to keep a secret after the WikiLeaks dumps of classified information.
Wired reports that the military is banning removable devices in an effort to prevent future leaks.