Search Mailing List Archives

Limit search to: Subject & Body Subject Author
Sort by: Reverse Sort
Limit to: All This Week Last Week This Month Last Month
Select Date Range     through    

[liberationtech] Fwd: WikiLeaks and federal employment eligibility - exercise caution!

John R Sundman postmaster at
Wed Dec 15 18:18:50 PST 2010

Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain. I am Oz the Great  
and Terrible! Who are you, and why do you seek me?


On Dec 15, 2010, at 5:52 PM, David Hakken wrote:

> People on this list may be interested in another aspect of the US  
> Federal Government's response to Wikileaks:
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: (School of Informatics and Computing's career services
>> Date: December 15, 2010 3:48:06 PM GMT-05:00
>> To: SoIC Students
>> Subject: WikiLeaks and federal employment eligibility - exercise  
>> caution!
>> For those of you with interest in future employment in the federal  
>> government, please see this notice related to Wikileaks and  
>> federal employment, sent to me from my colleagues in the School of  
>> Public and Environmental Administration Career Services.
>> From: SPEA Office of Career Services
>> Subject: WikiLeaks and federal employment eligibility - exercise  
>> caution!
>> Dear SPEA Students,
>> SPEA has a long tradition of students pursuing careers in federal  
>> service.  As such, it is important that students are made aware of  
>> the potential federal employment eligibility risks associated with  
>> the recently published WikiLeaks documents.
>> The US State Department and other federal agencies have issued  
>> news releases stating that anyone currently employed in federal  
>> service, or anyone who aspires to work in federal service, should  
>> not access or read WikiLeaks documents.  The federal government  
>> considers most of the WikiLeaks information to be classified and  
>> individuals who read these documents or provide commentary on the  
>> WikiLeaks documents may be ineligible for employment in the  
>> federal government.  This is especially true of students who plan  
>> to seek federal jobs in fields related to national security or the  
>> intelligence community.  Students are also cautioned not to post  
>> links to WikiLeaks through social media sites (Facebook, Twitter,  
>> LinkedIn, etc.).
>> More specific information is contained in the article links listed  
>> below.
>> Washington Post:
>> AR2010120901124.html
>> CNN Article:
>> wikileaks.students_1_wikileaks-security-clearance-students? 
>> _s=PM:CRIME
> David Hakken
> Information Ethnographer
> Professor of Social Informatics
> School of Informatics and Computing
> 901 E. 10th Street, #318
> Indiana University
> Bloomington, IN 47406
> dhakken at
> 812-856-1869 office; 812-391-2966 cell  812-856-1995 fax
> "What Rush Limbaugh does for talk radio...that's what The Heritage  
> Foundations does for public policy ideas"--Steve Forbes, HF  
> fundraiser, 8/10/09
> _______________________________________________
> liberationtech mailing list
> liberationtech at
> Should you need to change your subscription options, please go to:
> If you would like to receive a daily digest, click "yes" (once you  
> click above) next to "would you like to receive list mail batched  
> in a daily digest?"
> You will need the user name and password you receive from the list  
> moderator in monthly reminders.
> Should you need immediate assistance, please contact the list  
> moderator.

Books:    The Pains:
           Acts of the Apostles: http://acts-of-the-
           Cheap Complex Devices: http://cheap-complex-

More information about the liberationtech mailing list