I have the beginnings of a plan for this; I'll share more as soon as I
double check a few things and run some numbers.
I shall call it... Project OPERATION.
On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 3:26 PM, Lee <ler762@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 1/17/16, Michael Best <themikebest@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Not at all weird; it seems pretty effective to me. Over 11 million
pages "released" and only 10% _printed_ (as in someone would have to
scan the page to get it back into electronic format) sounds like a
pretty good access control system for something you don't really want
to make public.
Unfortunately you're right. The weird part to me is the way it's
and presented as a transparency tool! Double speak never dies, I suppose.
Where is it presented as a transparency tool? They seem to be real
clear about what they're doing:
"In order to directly access CREST, a researcher must visit the
National Archives at
College Park, Maryland. CIA recognizes that such visits may be
present an obstacle to many researchers."