US State Department cuts access to its diplomatic cables

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 30, 2010 22:33

 
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The US State Department said on Tuesday that it has limited its database of cables from one classified US government network in the aftermath of the Wikileaks publications, said spokesman PJ Crowley according to a Reuters report.

"We have temporarily, you know, severed the connection between this database and one classified network," Crowley said, declining to identify the network, according to Reuters.

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