U.S. Government Web site error report sent nuclear secrets exposed nuclear stockpile locations
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United States, “New York Times,” 3 reported that a secret project involving the U.S. nuclear report 1, Jing Xian on a government Web site, exposed locations including the U.S. nuclear stockpile, including the important nuclear information.
“the federal government mistakenly disclosed the 266 report,” the article said.
reported that the report open on 1 day in the United States Government Printing Office site Press bar until the “New York Times” editorial inquiries on the matter 2 night Government Printing Office officials, the This site will be kept confidential report was withdrawn.
“The incident sparked the beginning of nuclear experts to discuss the report in the end would pose little threat to nuclear safety, but also trigger Washington began to investigate why such a confidential material will be publicly released,” “New York Times “the article said.
However, some experts said the report only lists the U.S. nuclear project, “the most sensitive part of the outside the box”, not enough to constitute a “disaster.”
“New York Times” quoted the Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor and former Central Intelligence officer 约翰多伊奇 words, the document called “secret” but not “top secret.”
American Institute for Science and International Security, Professor David Wright Albuquerque believes that the reason why such documents should not be exposed publicly is because the U.S. nuclear nuclear material storage sites and other important information, it is possible thieves or terrorists will have an opportunity.
view of security considerations, “New York Times’ article only focuses on the event itself, ignoring the most confidential details. (Xinhua News Agency Reuters)