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post Wed 1st November 2006, 6:09pm
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Intellipedia is a Wikipedia for spooks
The Age, Australia - 11 minutes ago
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post Wed 1st November 2006, 6:16pm
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The US intelligence community has unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the popular online encyclopedia format known for its openness is key to the future of American espionage.

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post Wed 1st November 2006, 6:12pm
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The US intelligence community unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the online encyclopedia format is key to the future of American espionage.

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post Wed 1st November 2006, 7:36pm
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Feds Unveil Spy Version of Wikipedia
CSO, MA - 19 minutes ago
Director of US Intelligence John Negroponte announced Intellipedia, its own top secret version of Wikipedia, the popular Internet community-fed encyclopedia ...
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post Wed 1st November 2006, 10:03am
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The U.S. intelligence community on Tuesday unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the popular online encyclopedia format known for its openness is key to the future of American espionage.

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Apparently wikis are such good collaboration tools that they even make the U.S. Intelligence community more effective!



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US intelligence unveils spy version of Wikipedia
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Washington.– The US intelligence community on Tuesday unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the popular online encyclopedia format known ...
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post Wed 1st November 2006, 8:41pm
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US intelligence unveils spy version of Wikipedia
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post Wed 1st November 2006, 9:30pm
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US intelligence goes Wikipedia route
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1 (UPI) -- Noticing the popularity of the Internet Wikipedia in which users add and edit material, all 16 US intelligence agencies have created their own ...
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It's classified: A Wikipedia for spies only
Times of India, India - 5 hours ago
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UPI) -- Noticing the popularity of the Internet Wikipedia in which users add and edit material, all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies have created their own secure version.

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US intelligence goes Wikipedia route
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US intelligence unveils spy version of Wikipedia
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The US intelligence community has unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia.

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I had commented a few months back that Wikipedia is backed by the CIA, NSA and other intel services.
Afterall it was US intel that created the Internet in the first place. Why not have an application - Wikipedia - which could serve as a free sponge to soak up the "sum of all human knowledge?" Shortly after I created a thread on this topic it found its way deep into the dark Tar and Feather Pit area of Wikipedia Review. Interesting.... How many Internet sites could stay in business after bashing innocent people? Not many, unless their "Foundation" was US Intel based.
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The U.S. intelligence community on Tuesday unveiled its own secretive version of Wikipedia, saying the popular online encyclopedia format known for its openness is key to the future of American espionage. The office of U.S. intelligence czar John Negroponte announced Intellipedia, which allows intelligence analysts and other officials to collaboratively add and edit content on the government's

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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 1:32pm
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Gov't unveils a Wikipedia for spies
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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 3:40pm
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Based on free software from Wikipedia, officials from the 16 U.S. spy agencies are increasingly using a new internal website called "Intellipedia" to research and share ideas on some of the most difficult subjects facing U.S. intelligence. Users with the right security clearances can write their own articles or edit those written by others.

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US Intelligence Goes Wikipedia Route With 'Intellipedia'
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All 16 US intelligence agencies have collaborated to create their own secure version of Wikipedia dubbed "Intellipedia." Like Wikipedia, Intellipedia users can ...
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Noticing the popularity of the Web site Wikipedia in which users add and edit material, all 16 U.S. intelligence agencies have created their own secure version. The same open source software was used in April to create what some 3,600 intelligence workers have dubbed Intellipedia.

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post Thu 2nd November 2006, 5:56pm
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US Intelligence Goes Wikipedia Route With 'Intellipedia'
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All 16 US intelligence agencies have collaborated to create their own secure version of Wikipedia dubbed "Intellipedia." Like Wikipedia, Intellipedia users can ...
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