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Behind the leaking of more than half-a-million classified documents on the Wikileaks website stand two very different men: Julian Assange, the Internet activist and hacker who published the documents, and an Army intelligence analyst named Bradley E. Manning. FRONTLINE tells the full story behind the leaks. It also reports on the U.S. government's struggle to protect national security information in a post 9/11 world.
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4.0

excellent

By jkaands

from SW

Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Wikisecrets: Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, and WikiLeaks DVD:

I thought that this program was an excellent, balanced and fair presentation of a very complex subject. In particular, I like the way that the program stuck to the facts of the case, especially in its outline of the personalities and background of the major characters. I rated it four stars rather than five, as I haven't seen any other presentations to compare it with, which makes this program all the more valuable.

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2.0

Over-simplification Worse than Nothing?

By Gezelda

from Cambria, Ca

Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Wikisecrets: Julian Assange, Bradley Manning, and WikiLeaks DVD:

The issues involving the Leaks are much too complex to cover adequately and fairly in a brief program like this. Hence there is grave danger of prejudicial presentations, if not by intention, then by accidental omissions and insufficiencies. Also, the attempt to make such a program "dramatic" enough to hold attention leads to oversimplification by opposing this to that, what he says to what somebody else says, etc., thus leaving the viewers and listeners puzzled about just what is really a logical conclusion to make, and how much emotion is being interjected at what points along the way. In fact, I think you are probably doing more harm than good with this presentation, but it would require more and deeper analysis to prove it.

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