Monday, October 27, 2014

Book review from the Center for Intelligence and Security Studies

"His work is the first statement in what will hopefully emerge as a robust discussion regarding effective measures to deal with future leaks, particularly in the ever-changing landscape of journalism."

"The book takes great care to explain the rationale for intelligence leaks, both from the perspective of government employees who become informants and from the journalists who use the information."

"Although the topic of leaks can evince a mountain of bias and emotion from those involved in either side of the leak, Ross does a fine job of remaining objective and thorough throughout the book. He effectively assesses all involved actors' motivations and skillfully explains the process of leaks without demonizing any of them."

International Journal of Intelligence Ethics, Vol. 4, No. 1

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